De Lille invites South Africans to join her new movement 'For Good'
Former mayor of Cape Town Patricia de Lille says her new party has everything in place to compete in the 2019 national elections.
De Lille unveiled over the weekend that a new movement called For Good, which will be officially renamed as a political party in two weeks has been established.
I'm inviting all South Africans, whether white, black, coloured or Indian, who are in search of something new that will disrupt our current political system to join me.Patricia de Lille, former mayor of Cape Town
This is a call for good people to do good things for our country because when good people do nothing, the evil prosper.Patricia de Lille, former mayor of Cape Town
The good people of South Africa need to come together to save our country.Patricia de Lille, former mayor of Cape Town
De Lille says she will be unveiling the party name and brand later this month and on January 29 launch the party's election campaign.
She the five councillors who resigned alongside her in the City of Cape Town are welcome to join her in this new movement.
To hear the rest of the conversation with Patricia de Lille, listen below:
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