Photos were posted on social media which showed the Democratic Alliance (DA) handing out food parcels to communities and South Africans wanted to know if they did not think it was a form of vote buying.
This week, several photos were posted on Twitter which showed Mmusi Maimane and his party handing out DA-branded food parcels.
South Africans were baffled at how the DA gave out food parcels during the campaigning season while they accused the ANC of vote-buying after Magashule gave a woman R400 to buy food.
Briefly.co.za previously reported the ANC's Ace Magashule ruffled quite a number of blue DA feathers when he gave a Philippi woman R400 for food during a door-to-door election campaign in the Western Cape.
However, Mzansi argued there is no difference between giving out food and giving money to buy food.
Twitter account White Man Confession, @ConfessionWhite, wrote: "Isn’t so disgusting that the DA gives branded food parcels to the needy? These hypocrites made a loud noise when it was the ANC that gave food parcels. At least the ANC’s were not branded. Let’s expose them."
Another tweep, @AlistairSibiya2, added: "This DA has double standards on all levels. Every ad on tv n radio makes more mention of THE EFF and ANC. I thought Zille's DA was hypocritical but Mmusi's is worse."
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