DA's Hlomela Bucwa says youth must unite despite political differences

Youngest South African Member of Parliament in history, Hlomela Bucwa, says South African youth should not allow politicians to divide them.

Bucwa says she doesn't see Democratic Alliance (DA) as a party for 'white people', but as a party for non-racialism and non-sexism.

Listen to the full interview with Hlomela Bucwa and speech below...

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