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DA in N Cape elects McGluwa as new provincial leader

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The party hosted its first ever provincial virtual congress to elect its new leadership.

The DA’s newly elected Northern Cape provincial leader Harold McGluwa with outgoing provincial leader Andrew Louw and newly elected provincial chairperson Isak Fritz. Picture: Facebook

THE DA in the Northern Cape has elected Harold McGluwa as its new provincial leader.

The party hosted its first ever provincial virtual congress on Saturday, whereby the new leadership was elected.

The party’s spokesperson on Social Development, Isak Fritz, was elected as the provincial chairperson, while the provincial spokesperson on Gender, Priscilla Isaacs was elected into one of the three provincial deputy chairperson positions.

Iaacs will share the portfolio of provincial deputy chairperson with Rodney Krizinger and Elize Niemann.

Dirk Stubbe was elected as the provincial finance chairperson.

The party indicated that it held the conference virtually in order to adhere to the Covid-19 regulations

“The majority of delegates cast their votes from the two hybrid venues in Kimberley and Upington, while the remainder of the delegates cast their votes electronically from home. We congratulate the new leadership and we wish them all the best as they prepare to take the Province forward in the 2021 local government elections and beyond,” the party said.

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