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ActionSA launches first local government elections campaign

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ActionSA has launched its first local government elections campaign, in an effort to fix South Africa and get it on a path of economic prosperity and shared development.

ActionSA issued a statement on Wednesday, 8 September 2021, announcing its plans to officially launch its first local government elections campaign on Thursday, 9 September 2021. This is in its fight to intensify fixing South Africa and placing it on the path to economic prosperity, safety and shared development.

The party noted that the only way to achieve this is to vote the African National Congress (ANC) out, calling the ruling party a criminal enterprise masquerading as a political party. Over the next eight weeks, ActionSA will be reinforcing its message of hope and renewal to South Africans who are tired of a government that it believes is not committed to public service.

Its campaign will also set out to demonstrate how its track record of success in local government could be used to fix the country. The party’s leader, Herman Mashaba, will be joined by mayoral candidates and other senior ActionSA leadership.

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