Johannesburg - In the last push for Western Cape vote, DA leader Mmusi Maimane again urged voters not to vote the ANC and EFF if corruption was to be kept out of the province and also keep it as the best-run province in South Africa.
In his prepared speech delivered at Lentegeur outside Cape Town on Sunday, Maimane said the country was going to the polls to vote in the most critical election since the dawn of democracy.
"Never before has democratic South Africa faced such a stark and critical choice. A choice between the corrupt, chaotic ANC and EFF on the one hand, or the honest, capable DA on the other. South Africa’s future depends on the choice we make this coming Wednesday."
He acceded that the fight for control of the Western Cape was very close.
"If we are going to keep the Western Cape blue, keep making progress here, keep the corrupt, chaotic ANC and EFF out of our beautiful province, then we’re going to need every vote we can get, including yours.