De Lille launches Good manifesto

The Good party will contest this year’s elections saying it will do things differently. Courtesy #DStv403

CAPE TOWN - Former Cape Town mayor Patricia De Lille launched her Good party’s election manifesto, vowing to do things differently.

The Good party will contest this year’s elections.

True to its word, Good live-streamed its election manifesto on Facebook as a way to appeal to the youth.

De Lille, is no stranger to forming her own political party. 

In 2003, she broke away from the PAC to form the Independent Democrats.

Before merging with the Democratic Alliance in 2010 but, that union ended badly and late last year she announced she was going it alone by forming her own party called Good.

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Just eight weeks on the political scene and Good says it has close to 70, 000 members. 

The Good party will contest this year’s elections saying it will do things differently.

The party says it will update its policy plans and membership numbers soon.

Provincial premier candidates will be announced on Sunday and the party's election plan will be implemented from Monday in all provinces.

 

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eNCA