THE Democratic Alliance is making inroads in the Eastern Cape and says it will not wait for Jesus to return before it takes power.
The party is planning to utilise former Eastern Cape premier Nosimo Balindlela – who recently joined up after leaving the Congress of the People – to "lure" her former supporters to the DA. They feel Balindlela is a threat to the ANC as many people, mostly in the rural areas, loved her when she was premier, and still do.
DA deputy provincial leader Veliswa Mvenya said this as the party launched an Amathole DA constituency in Stutterheim on Saturday. The constituency will be headed by Balindlela.
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