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27 years have passed since the dawn of South Africa’s democratic dispensation with its promise of a free and brighter future for all. Yet today we see ever-increasing levels of corruption and mismanagement at the municipal level and poor, inefficient service delivery to our communities.

The protracted Covid-19 lockdown has also severely constrained some of our personal freedoms and left businesses – especially small businesses – under extraordinary pressure to survive. Many South Africans have lost their jobs as a result and have joined the ranks of those already struggling and living well below the poverty line.

In addition, many South Africans say they feel unsafe and are afraid of becoming the target of opportunistic criminals who do not fear the law. Women, children, and the elderly remain especially vulnerable, as do our farmers and their workers.

As a party with a strong Biblical foundation, the ACDP seeks to honour God and put you and your needs at the centre of our policies. We are determined to address critical issues without fear or favour and are here to serve you and help you fully realise the South Africa you deserve; a South Africa ripe with opportunities in which you and your family can flourish and grow.

South Africans are fully aware of the failures of their local municipalities and we are determined to fix them.



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