- Hlaudi Motsoeneng says the "confusion" of Gauteng voters will help his party in the elections
- Motsoeneng also said that the ANC's own voters were not loyal to the party
- He added that several ANC officials had tried to corrupt him, and that he would testify against them if asked to appear before the Zondo Commission
Hlaudi Motsoeneng has said that voters in Gauteng are confused, and that this is an opportunity for his African Content Movement (ACM) party.
He made the comments while speaking to new party members at the at the Multipurpose Hall in Soweto.
Motsoeneng, who is the former COO of SABC, also expressed confidence that his party would win the North West province.
He said that his track record of good decision-making would win over voters, despite facing allegations of mismanagement and corruption which occurred while he was in charge of the SABC.
During his tenure, the broadcaster experienced financial problems but still saw massive salary increases to Motsoeneng and other top brass.
Additionally, Motsoeneng said that many ANC voters were in fact not loyal to the ruling party, and would make the switch to the newly-formed ACM.
Motsoeneng added that some ANC officials had tried to unduly influence him while he worked at the SABC, adding that he would implicate some of them if the Zondo Commission asked him to testify.
Motsoeneng maintained that he himself had never been 'captured', however.
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