DA ready for ‘We Can Rescue SA’ National Final Rally

Issued by Ashor Sarupen MP – Deputy Federal Campaign Manager
24 May 2024 in News

This morning, the DA addressed the media on our readiness for the “We Can Rescue SA” National Final Rally that is taking place on Sunday. Please see pictures here, here, here and here.

Please find attached a soundbite by Ashor Sarupen MP.

The Democratic Alliance (DA) is thrilled to announce that preparations for our “We Can Rescue SA” national final rally are beautifully on track. Just like our campaign, every detail is meticulously planned, showcasing that a party ready to govern must also be ready to host an event of this magnitude.

We are anticipating thousands of supporters to join us at the Willowmoore Stadium in Benoni this Sunday. This rally is a testament to the overwhelming support we have garnered across Gauteng through a comprehensive mobilisation effort that has reached every corner of the province.

This event will be a celebration of South African pride and patriotism, featuring performances by renowned artists such as The Parlotones, Big Zulu, Lloyd Cele, Oscar Mbo, Sunset Sweatshop, and Ricus Nel.

We stand on the precipice of a profound moment in our nation’s history. This rally marks not just the culmination of our campaign but a significant milestone in our journey towards making history.

The DA is a party that is growing and is poised for its best ever national election result. Our support is overwhelming, and this rally is an opportunity to celebrate our progress and the momentum we have built.

We call on all DA supporters to join us and witness the energy and drive propelling us towards success in the upcoming elections. This is a crucial moment for all of us, and your presence will demonstrate the strength and unity of our movement.

The gates at Willowmore Stadium in Benoni will open at 10am and DA Leader, John Steenhuisen, DA Provincial Leader, Solly Msimanga and DA Chief Whip, Siviwe Gwarube will address the crowd.

Join us this Sunday as we come together to rescue South Africa.