Maimane tells Eusebius how the DA intends attracting black voters

DA leader Mmusi Maimane will discuss his parties economic policies and their readiness for the 2019 elections in an hour-long interview with Eusebius McKaiser on Wednesday.

There are often racial class divisions depicted within the DA, so how exactly does Maimane intend to sway the black vote?

Maimane will give insight into the DA's economic policies and their readiness to govern nationally or as part of a major coalition government.


This article first appeared on 702 : Maimane tells Eusebius how the DA intends attracting black voters


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