The National Freedom Party (NFP) says it expects about 15 000 people to attend the launch of its election manifesto in Tembisa north of Johannesburg on Sunday.
The party is visiting residents of informal settlements in different parts of the Gauteng province on Saturday.
NFP president Zanele KaMagwaza Msibi is leading the visits to the different areas. The party’s chairperson in Gauteng Bheki Gumbi says they will visit areas such as Diepsloot and Orange Farm.
We will move to Orange Farm in a place called KwaMajazana
Gumbi says: “We are going to visit five informal settlements around GP (Gauteng Province). The first stop will be in Benoni in a place called Lindelani, then we will proceed to Nigel in the place called Alra Park, we will spend more time in that area because we are told there are illegal evictions there.”
“We will move to Orange Farm in a place called KwaMajazana, then we will move back to Alexandra, the last stop is Yeoville,” he adds.