The Dikwankwetla Party of South Africa(DPSA) says the Maluti-A-Phofung Municipality should be led by competent, compliant and corruption free public servants.
Party leader Moeketsi Lebesa says his party has an infrastructural master-plan to resolve the long standing problem of water and electricity in the municipality.
He has urged the residents to vote for men and women of integrity.
In the video below, Dikwankwetla Party is launching its manifesto in QwaQwa:
Lebesa was speaking during the launch of the party’s election manifesto in QwaQwa, in the Free State ahead of local government elections on the first of November.
“Because of affirmative action and ANC’s unfortunate policy of cadre deployment, the people who have what we call institutional memory and knowledge management in Maluti a Phofung were replaced by cadre deployment.
But as Dikwankwetla Party of South Africa we still have the copies of those master plans. That is why during the shutdown it is me the leader of DPSA who wrote the rescue plan for the municipality, to restore water in QwaQwa and that plan was accepted by government. ”
The Dikwankwetla Party of South Africa was formed in 1974, when at the time, the party served as the government of the former QwaQwa homeland.
The idea of behind the creation of the party is said to have germinated with Dr TK Mopeli, a former inspector of schools in the Free State area.
In 1997, Dr Mopeli retired from active politics, subsequently thrusting the party’s youth leader Moeketsi Lebesa to the position of party president.
In the video below, protesters want Harrismith removed from Maluti-a-Phofung Municipality: