DA calls for Kasrils’s plan to be rejected

TURF WAR: DA supporters arrive at an open field in Greenbushes for the party's campaign event with ANC supporters in the background. Picture: MIKE HOLMES
TURF WAR: DA supporters arrive at an open field in Greenbushes for the party’s campaign event with ANC supporters in the background. Picture: MIKE HOLMES

EASTERN Cape DA leader Athol Trollip laid into former intelligence minister Ronnie Kasrils yesterday, saying his call to spoil votes was a syndrome that undermined democracy and those who had fought and died for it.

Trollip called on DA supporters to ignore Kasrils’ call which he said was evidence of people belonging to a political party for life, describing that as behaviour that had destroyed the African continent.

He was addressing about 300 DA supporters in Xhosa, Afrikaans and English at an open field in Greenbushes in Port Elizabeth. – Mkhululi Ndamase

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