SATURDAY PROFILE | I will put my name up: ActionSA's Bongani Baloyi wants to be next Gauteng premier

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Bongani Baloyi during an interview with News24.
Bongani Baloyi during an interview with News24.
James de Villiers, News24

Less than 48 hours after former Midvaal mayor Bongani Baloyi announced that he had joined ActionSA, the 34-year-old told James de Villiers he has set his sights on becoming Gauteng premier. Baloyi talks about why the DA is not becoming "a white party" but struggles to attract support, the DA members he is targeting to join ActionSA, and what he believes is the secret to his success.

Former DA Midvaal mayor Bongani Baloyi, 34, has his mind set on becoming Gauteng premier after the 2024 elections.

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