John Moodey re-elected as DA leader in Gauteng

John Moodey has been re-elected as leader of the Democratic Alliance (DA) in Gauteng.

The DA held its provincial congress at the weekend, where Moodey was up against Ghaleb Cachalia in the party's provincial leadership race.

Moody said that the party's focus in Gauteng will be to attract 1.5 million additional votes so the DA can win an outright majority in in the province at the 2019 general elections.

He spoke to Stephen Grootes on the Breakfast Show, about the likelihood of taking over the province.

While we have already put the strategy in place, immediately after the elections in 2016 we did a review of what we had done and reconfigured how we worked. What we will be doing is going out and recruiting even more volunteers because this is a make or break election.

John Moodey, DA leader in Gauteng

We hoping to recruit in excess of 40 000 volunteers to come and assist us in these elections.

John Moodey, DA leader in Gauteng

He says party policy changes are are also being considered.

We are in a critical situation, Gauteng is the economic as well as political hub of South Africa, and we have to do thing differently to the ANC.

John Moodey, DA leader in Gauteng

Click on the link below to hear more on the party's strategy....


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