He introduced the party’s official twitter account: @democraticCond11, the Facebook account: DemocraticCongressOfficial and the website: www.dc.org.ls. Through these social platforms, he said, DC would be able to disseminate relevant information about party activities and news in the public domain. In addition to the social platforms, Mokhothu said the party would publish a digital newspaper – Thebe – whose print version would also be published once a month to articulate DC’s vision, policies and activities.
Mokhothu hopes for DC return to power
Feb. 21, 2019 3 min read
Democratic Congress (DC) leader and official leader of opposition, Mathibeli Mokhothu, is hopeful that the main opposition party has what it takes to wrestle power from the ruling coalition, especially after catching at least 260 new members during a rally at the weekend. Speaking on Sunday at the rally held at Korokoro constituency 18 days after his election as the new leader following retirement of his predecessor, former prime minister Pakalitha Mosisili, Mokhothu introduced DC as a renewed party that will embrace new technology to communicate.