African Content Movement
|Founded||13 December 2018|
|Split from||African National Congress|
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At the party launch, Motsoeneng claimed he would become president, that the country would produce 90% of its requirements, that the economy shall be in the hands of the people, make company workers shareholders, force foreign companies to leave the country and reduce social grants.
The party contested the 2019 general election, with Motsoeneng, and actress and former Idols South Africa judge Marah Louw in first and second places respectively on the party's national list, failing to win a seat.
|Election||Total votes||Share of vote||Seats||+/–||Government|
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|Election||Eastern Cape||Free State||Gauteng||Kwazulu-Natal||Limpopo||Mpumalanga||North-West||Northern Cape||Western Cape|
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