DA plans to be KZN’s king maker in the 2024 elections

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John Steenhuisen and Helen Zille at the official opening of the party's new offices in Riverhorse Valley, Newland East on Thursday. The event also marked the tabling of the DA's plan in preparation for the 2024 elections.
John Steenhuisen and Helen Zille at the official opening of the party's new offices in Riverhorse Valley, Newland East on Thursday. The event also marked the tabling of the DA's plan in preparation for the 2024 elections.

The Democratic Alliance will be the king maker in KwaZulu-Natal in the 2024 elections, party leader John Steenhuisen said on Thursday.

He was addressing the media during the official opening of the party’s new offices in Riverhorse Valley, Newlands East. He said because a party was a liberation movement this did not mean that it can rule in perpetuity.

“We are not just an opposition party, but we are in government. The real work starts now for the 2024 elections.

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