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Cape Party still wants to 'free' Western Cape from rest of SA

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Cape Town. (Duncan Alfreds, News24)
Cape Town. (Duncan Alfreds, News24)

Cape Town - If the Western Cape's Cape Party gets 5 000 votes this election, they intend to start working toward "freeing" the province from SA.

The Cape Party, which has apparently been in existence since 2007, has called on voters to support its bid to secede from the Republic of South Africa.

"While the jury might still be out on the long-term effects of Brexit (Britain’s exit from the European Union), the positive implications and effects of the Western Cape seceding from the greater South Africa are indisputable, hence our CapeExit strategy for this coming local election," party leader Jack Miller said in a statement on Thursday.

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