Motsoeneng says the elections won't be free and fair under current COVID-19 restriction.
Motsoeneng says he has not submitted the list of preferred candidates to the IEC. In his address to his supports in Ward 19, Qwaqwa, Motsoeneng said elections should take place February next year as proposed.
"When didn't give IEC our candidates, reason simple, we can't imposed candidates of the community. We are waiting of the Community Court and I believe they will rule in favour of the IEC. If the Constitutional Court, they process with the elections in October, after those elections are going to challenge them," says Motsoeneng.
Motsoeneng says residents of Qwaqwa deserve better service.
Some residents believe in ACM party will bring they change they want.
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