PORT ELIZABETH - The African Transformation Movement (ATM) on Wednesday announced its two candidates for Parliament and for the seats it won in the provincial legislatures, one in KwaZulu-Natal and one in the Eastern Cape.
Its two candidates for Parliament are President Vuyolwethu Zungula and Thandiswa Marawu, while it has nominated Veliswa Mvenya as its candidate for the Eastern Cape legislature and Mxolisi Phakathi for KwaZulu-Natal.
The party said its candidates for both houses would advance its values of peace, Ubuntu, transformation (African), servant leadership and accountability for the "restoration of South Africa".
The party thanked it the South African people who had voted for it and that it was confident of its growth in the future.
ATM said it faced difficult challenges and had fought hard for its very existence in the face of "plots and schemes" to derail the party.