PHOTOS: Mmusi Maimane has launched his new political party is called Build One South Africa ‘BOSA’ in Naledi, Soweto KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, September 24, 2022

PHOTOS: Mmusi Maimane has launched his new political party is called Build One South Africa ‘BOSA’ in Naledi, Soweto

Mmusi Maimane is launching his new political party is called Build One South Africa ‘BOSA’ in Naledi, Soweto. (Read More Here).

With the results of the 2021 local government elections, parties are starting to smell blood. Getting below the 50% mark is looking increasingly possible for the ANC, that is, if other parties get their act together. 

A recent study by the Social Research Foundation suggests that the current opposition is not giving what it is supposed to give. The study found that “while the ANC continues to make grave mistakes that might cost it votes, the DA is poorly positioned to exploit the governing party’s failures, while the EFF is seen to be too radical, violent, anarchic and disrespectful”.

Perhaps that leaves space for new players to come into the fold. 

Former DA leader Mmusi Maimane certainly thinks so. Maimane will launch a new political party this weekend in Naledi, Soweto.  

After leaving the DA, Maimane launched One Movement SA (OSA). The organisation played some role in the local government elections – helping independent candidates with their electioneering, even though it was not a political party.  

When you visit OSA’s website, you read the following:  

The political system in South Africa is broken! 

“For too long, South Africans have been forced to vote for political parties that select compromised, corrupt, and self-serving individuals, and force them upon the people of South Africa. 

"As a result, corruption is rampant, our economy is failing, South Africa’s children are receiving substandard education, joblessness has hit an all-time high, public healthcare is non-existent, and South Africans are being left behind.”

“I think South Africa looks at its economy only from one lens. We have got to look at it broadly and ask ourselves some questions: Where are the economic activities? How do we support them? How do we put venture capital in communities to make sure more people can participate in the business community and up the employment levels? How do we ensure that police have better leadership so that people are much safer and, furthermore, how do we ensure that political leadership is accountable to the communities it comes from?" 

Ndou says it’s now a matter of waiting and seeing what ntate moruti’s political party has to offer. 

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