Mmusi Maimane has plans to become SA's first independent candidate to contest a national election

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Mmusi Maimane (Photo: Jaco Marais)
Mmusi Maimane (Photo: Jaco Marais)

OneSA leader Mmusi Maimane is using the municipal elections as a stepping stone to achieve a first in South African politics – contest a national election and possibly run for president as an independent candidate.

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