Affirmative Repositioning leader Job Amupanda on Wednesday launched the movement’s campaign for the Regional Council and Local Authority elections set for 25 November 2020. Nampa reports that the launch took place at the Katutura Youth Centre in Windhoek, where the movement also announced its candidates for positions in the Windhoek local authority council. While launching the campaign, Amupanda said they want to take over the leadership of the City of Windhoek because it has become evident to them that fighting, protecting, and supporting the poor through protest actions and the courts are a mere temporary action with limited success in solving the root cause of the problems of landlessness, homelessness, hopelessness, corruption, and underdevelopment.