Pretoria - The Democratic Alliance (DA) Gauteng premier candidate Solly Msimanga went around central business district on Tuesday morning, where he randomly spoke to residents in a last-minute attempt to sway possible voters a day ahead of the general elections.
The former Tshwane mayor appealed to South Africans registered to vote in the national polls, to exercise their democratic right and participate in the elections on Wednesday, 8 May.
"We've been doing our last-minute push. We've been going to our transport hubs ... we have been going through special votes checking people that have indicated their support," said Msimanga as he interacted with different residents of Pretoria.
"We are luckily joined here by the regional chairperson of the DA in Gauteng, Ntate Abel Tau. We have been moving around since 6 o'clock.
"We've been engaging the taxi operators, and we have been engaging with commuters. The mood is exciting. People are asking for change and we want to make sure that we bring that change.