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DA poster campaign

Johannesburg - The Democratic Alliance (DA) launched its final phase of posters towards the Gauteng elections at Gandhi Square in Johannesburg on Tuesday.

The DA Gauteng premier candidate Mmusi Maimane said the aim was to deliver a message to voters around Gauteng. “We shall put up posters in every street around Johannesburg and we will be marching around the city. We are going to be for jobs and policies that cut out corruption, we want to ensure that Gauteng is not a city where R6 billion is being wasted.

Our aim is to support entrepreneurs and businesses, we want to see them grow. We want to fight e-tolling because it kills job creation. We would ensure that the standard of education in Gauteng improves,” Maimane said.

He added that the DA wants to send a strong message to the ANC. “We are together for change and for jobs, your vote can bring history,” he added.

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