The Good Party has confirmed that it is probing allegations of misconduct against some of its senior members and councillors.
This is after reports emerged over the weekend, alleging that some officials were partying wildly during the Witzenberg bi-election campaign in April.
The Weekend Argus claims that one gathering included Good’s national organiser, Shaun August, Councillor Felicity Klazen and several others.
This led the party’s leader, Patricia de Lille, to hold an urgent meeting with provincial officials in Cape Town.
Good’s secretary-general, Brett Herron, says they’re still gathering details.
“We do not necessarily have the evidence to support the allegations in the newspaper reports, but we will be investigating and report back to our members and supporters as soon as that investigation is concluded”.