The Democratic Alliance (DA) released its latest election campaign advert in a tweet on Monday evening.
The digital-only advert, targeting young South Africans, channels Childish Gambino's music video “This is America”.
It features the photogenic DA youth leader Luyolo Mphithi walking through the streets speaking to the camera.
On the 8th of May 2019, we have a choice.— Democratic Alliance (@Our_DA) April 15, 2019
Either we stay on this path, or we make a change for the better. Only you can #BringChange!
WATCH and RETWEET - This is the real South Africa: pic.twitter.com/ONBXjARav4
Listen to the interview in the audio below.
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