Leader of the United Democratic Movement (UDM), Bantu Holomisa, expects a crisis to unfold at South African universities and colleges when they open this year.
The UDM celebrates its 20th anniversary this weekend, having been formed by Bantu Holomisa on September 27, 1997.
The UDM will be challenging the dismissal of former Nelson Mandela Bay metro deputy Mayor, Mongameli Bobani, in court on Monday.
The UDM, which is in coalition with the DA in the metro, are furious that its deputy mayor was ousted in a vote of no confidence last week.
Bantu Holomisa said South Africans deserved to know more about the intelligence report which has contributed to the dismissal of Pravin Gordhan and Mcebisi Jonas from their Cabinet posts.
The United Democratic Movement has noted President Zuma’s cabinet reshuffle.
On August 30, 1996, the African National Congress announced that Holomisa would be expelled from the organisation, following a tumultuous disciplinary process, which Holomisa did not see through to its conclusion.
United Democratic Movement (UDM) leader Bantu Holomisa says the voters have sent a strong message to the African National Congress (ANC).
After the 2011 Local Government Election, the UDM could only secure one seat at the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro but there are strong indications that the dynamic will change next term.
Major political parties – including the ANC, DA, and EFF – are refusing to divulge details of their campaign budget.