DA sets sights on Johannesburg

2011-03-28 14:32
Johannesburg - The people of Johannesburg deserve DA governance, the party's leader Helen Zille said in the city on Monday.

"We can win Johannesburg, statistics show that we can," she said.

She said infrastructure in Johannesburg, including the billing system, needed urgent attention.

A team of experts would rally around the mayoral candidate Mmusi Maimane to run the city.

She explained that when she took over as the mayor of Cape Town in 2006 she had no experience in local government, but a team of experts helped her to turn the city around to such an extent that it had been rated the best in South Africa.

The City of Cape Town was not perfect, but had done a lot in terms of service delivery.

"We are not perfect, we make mistakes, but when we do, we do our best to fix them."

Read more on:    da  |  mmusi maimane  |  johannesburg  |  local government  |  politics  |  service delivery  |  elections
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