DA elects new KZN leaders
Durban - The Democratic Alliance on Saturday elected Sizwe Mchunu and Haniff Hoosen to lead the party in KwaZulu-Natal.
Mchunu was voted in as provincial leader and Hoosen as the chair at the DA's provincial congress in Ladysmith, the DA said in a statement.
Mchunu had faced off against Ziba Jiyane, who was the former IFP secretary-general and the founding president of the National Democratic Convention. Jiyane joined the DA last year.
The party elected Francois Rodgers as the provincial deputy leader.