- Former Joburg mayor Herman Mashaba has said that his party will revolutionise SA politics
- The People's Dialogue founder say the party will will host town hall meetings for voters to assess and decide on candidates
- Mashaba announced the launch of his new party in January and is adamant that it will be ready to contest in the 2021 municipal elections
Herman Mashaba has assured South Africans that his new party will put voters before 'career politicians' to promote accountability.
Briefly.co.za recently reported that the former mayor will launch of his new party and he was adamant that it will be ready to contest in the 2021 municipal elections.
"Our political system serves political parties and career politicians, and not the people that vote for them. That is why our new political party will revolutionise candidate selection by giving voters the final say over who they want their candidates to be," he wrote.
According to The People's Dialogue' founder, they will host town hall meetings for voters to assess candidates.
"Ultimately these voters will take part in the primary election of the these candidates to decide who they want to see on the ballot," he said.
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