POLITICAL NEWS - The African National Congress (ANC) in the Western Cape heaped praise on the party’s choice of Cameron Dugmore as the leader of the official opposition in the legislature, calling him a committed non-racialist and a candidate for building unity in a statement on Monday.
The party said Dugmore’s nomination at a meeting of the provincial executive committee (PEC) on Friday was. The NEC accepted the nomination at a special meeting in Cape Town on Monday.
“We are confident that Comrade Cameron will be an effective and decisive leader of the official opposition in the legislature,” ANC Western Cape provincial secretary Faiez Jacobs said.
“He is our most experienced member of the legislature and is a committed non-racialist who made his commitment clear by playing Sacos (non-racial) sport during the apartheid days.”