DURBAN - The Pan African Congress of Azania (PAC) and the African Transformation Movement (ATM) have pledged support to the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) as they called for the unity of like-minded organisations ahead of the upcoming general elections.
Both parties are attended the EFF’s 2024 elections manifesto launch that took place at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban on Saturday.
The ATM said opposition parties with similar interests would have to unite to get a two-thirds majority.
Party leader Vuyo Zungula said the relationship between his party and the red berets should extend to polling stations.
“We need to protect each other’s votes, and we want to guarantee you wherever there is a party agent of the ATM, and the EFF has no party agent, our party agent will defend and protect the interest of the EFF in those voting stations.”
PAC Secretary-General Apa Pooe echoed similar sentiments.
He has also pledged support to the EFF in the hopes that it will oust the ruling party, the African National Congress (ANC).
“On the forthcoming elections, I want to wish you in ensuring that we remove the ANC,” said Pooe.