Pretoria - The Land Party said on Friday that it was not bothered by its failure to garner enough support to win a seat in parliament following Wednesday's general election.
Speaking from Cape Town via phone to African News Agency (ANA), Land Party leader Gcobani Ndzongana said that the party had run a good campaign considering its lack of resources. This was just the beginning for the party, he added.
"We are still good about the number we got. We ran a campaign without resources and financial muscle because our organisation is funded by people in the squatter camps, the unemployed, waitresses and general workers," he said.
"We are a community-based organisation. To achieve what we have achieved is a great feat. If we had resources, we would have made a serious dent."
After 16 million votes counted, or 95.9 per cent, the Land Party managed to garner only 6 923 votes.