She founded the party months ago, after leaving the African National Congress (ANC).
Known for having been openly critical of former President Jacob Zuma‘s leadership, Khoza says she’s pursuing her passion for the elevation of languages in society.
She, however, says ADeC must continue with its mandate of speaking for the voiceless.
In a letter to the ADeC Chairperson, Moses Mayekiso, Khoza says her passion for languages is one of the reasons behind her decision. She says she’ll develop a program with her son, seeking to make African languages fashionable.
Khoza says this is a chance for her to spend time with her family as she’ll be working with her son in many projects on the future.
She says retiring from politics gives her a chance to work with all, irrespective of their political affiliations.