Makhosi Khoza plans to free South Africa from state capture and corruption

Makhosi Khoza plans to free South Africa from state capture and corruption

- The former ANC member and MP has officially launched her new party African Democratic Change

- She calls on South Africans to liberate the Treasury and SARS

- The new party plans to contest the general elections in 2019

Makhosi Khoza's new political party, African Democratic Change is prepared to take on the ANC, DA and EFF in the 2019 general elections and create a new government free of corruption.

She has called on South Africans to help her free the Treasury and South African Revenue Service (SARS) from state capture. On Saturday she officially launched her new political party, African Democratic Change.

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Briefly.co.za has discovered that Khoza's party is the fourth splinter party which has separated from the ANC since 1994, after the United Democratic Movement, Congress of the People and the Economic Freedom Fighters.

The former ANC MP wants to create a home for people who share her vision of a South Africa free of corruption according to ewn.co.za.

She has chosen to create a new party because could not see any of the existing political parties providing the solutions to South Africa's most pressing problems.

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Khoza believes that there are a lot of members of other political parties who no longer feel that their movements can solve the challenges South Africa faces. She believes that the ANC is too fractured to save South Africa let alone itself.

The new party plans to win using integrity and honest leadership, which are the most important factors that will help the new party to survive, according to Khoza.

African Democratic Change sees itself as a new force in South African politics which will champion the interest of South African's over the party particularly the poor.

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Source: Politics.briefly.co.za

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