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A party against gays and lesbians in KwaZulu-Natal is to contest this year's general elections.
The National Peoples Movement (Napemo) was officially launched in Durban four years ago.
Its president, Aubrey Mbatha says they want to become the "official opposition" in the province.
"We are lobbying for a total rebuilding and a theocratic democracy. We believe in a decentralised government, which is why we are against same-sex legislation.
"Gays and lesbians are ungodly and sinful, but so is legislation allowing children to abort without their parents' consent, and the banning of corporal punishment at schools and homes," he said.
The party was established in 2005 as a non-governmental organisation and changed to a political movement two years later.
Napemo has officially registered with the IEC to contest the elections.
"We are going to contest the elections. We have enough experience on the needs and wants of the people since we have been working with them at various levels for a long time," said Mbatha.
Political commentator Zakhile Ndlovu said it is important for political entities to accept the Constitution of the country. He said the rise in the number of parties being created on one issue is weakening the country's democracy.