The country is heading to the next year national general election and the political parties started to campaign to lure the citizens from all corners of the country.
For that reason, the Democratic Alliance has officially launched Team One South Africa campaign in corruption. It was launched by the party leader, Mmusi Maimane last week Friday and it aimed to targeting corruption incidents government project and department.
On Tuesday, spokesperson for Team One South Africa on corruption, Phumzille Van Damme and DA Limpopo premier candidate, Jacque Smalle lobbied Mapeyeni residents in Giyane to vote for DA.
They left Giyane residents with a little bit of hope that DA would ensure they would receive clean water.
Van Damme accused former minister of water and sanitation, Nomvula Mokonyane for water project which is unclear when it will be completed. She said Mokonyane must be held accountable for water supply crisis in Giyani.
“This delay in the completion of the bulk water project illustrates lack of accountability and the DA would intervene to come up with short term solution,” she said.
She said the DA would submit their funding’s to the provincial legislature and to the parliament because it would not be enough to sit in parliament without first-hand experience of the alleged corruption.
One of the residents from Munyangani village said he already spent R3000 on buying water this year as the day to day community water struggle continues.