Multi-party Charter Announces Plan to Deliver Basic Services to All Through High-quality Infrastructure

Apr 2, 2024 | Press Releases

The provision of basic services to all is essential to social wellbeing and economic development, and is the most fundamental responsibility of a democratic government. Tragically, South Africa’s Government is failing dismally to provide services, because infrastructure has been neglected rather than prioritized.

South Africa urgently needs a new government with a clear plan to address collapsing infrastructure, ensuring that services can be delivered effectively, efficiently and to everyone. On Wednesday 3 April 2024 the eleven parties of the Multi-Party Charter for South Africa will host a joint press conference to provide a Charter Government’s plan to do just that.

Members of the media are invited to attend. Party leaders will be available for interviews and photographs.

Event details:

Date: Wednesday 3 April 2024
Venue: Umkhomazi River Bridge, Winklespruit Road (R102), Umkomaas’07.2%22S+30%C2%B048’09.1%22E/@

Time: 11h00 to 12h30

Media Enquiries:

DA: Charity McCord, Media Officer to the DA Federal Leader 078 126 2765
IFP: Lyndith Waller, Office of the IFP President 073 929 1418
FF Plus: Heloise Denner MP, Spokesperson for the FF Plus 072 997 8315
ActionSA: Sam Mgobozi, Communications Director for ActionSA 078 231 5977
ACDP: Joshua Meshoe, Communications Director for ACDP 060 543 7352
ISANCO: Dr Yongama Mrwetyana, Media Officer for ISANCO 071 795 1117
UIM: Virginia Young, Media Liaison for UIM 064 283 6781
SNP: Winston Coetzee, Deputy President for SNP 082 228 3523
UCDP: Henry Hlengwa, Secretary General 071 421 7208
Ekethu: Tumelo Ngobeni, Spokesperson 071 868 2157
UNP: Prince Nkwana, Party Leader 083 702 1471

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