The end of 2019 also marks the end of a decade and it has been a busy one for South African politics. A number of political parties were formed, with some managing to grow in leaps and bounds, while others fell by the wayside as they lost their seats in Parliament.
A number of parties entered the political fray over the past decade. Some have managed to grow in leaps and bounds, increasing support with every election while others have fallen by the wayside and have lost all their seats in parliament.
Former Cape Town mayor and current GOOD party leader Patricia de Lille says she warned Mmusi Maimane that if he did not stand on principle, the Democratic Alliance (DA) would swallow him and spit him out.
GOOD party leader Patricia de Lille has called on all party leaders to rise above any political differences and instead unite to grow the country’s economy.
GOOD party leader Patricia de Lille and the rest of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s executive have taken their oaths of office at a ceremony at the presidential guest house in Pretoria.