Western Cape Premier Alan Winde says the DA led provincial government will continue to strive to maintain it's track record of building trust with citizens in the province.
He was speaking online during the DA's Western Cape Congress, which is being held virtually.
Around a thousand delegates will be voting either via
their personal devices or from designated venues for the party's new provincial leader.
Incumbent Bonginkosi Madikizela is up against fellow MPL and DA speaker in the provincial legislature, Masizole Mnqasela and MPL and leader of the DA Women's Network in the province, Wendy Philander.
Winde says the party is aiming to make good governance a habit in the provincial government.
"The innovative ways that we treat government has to be recognised as part of good governance.
We will make sure that our departments continue to strive to be the best performing departments in South Africa and we will do this the whole way, by continuing to build trust with the citizens of our province and through this we will show that
this Democratic Alliance led government of the Western Cape shows that where the DA's in government we govern better, in the interests of the citizens of this province and of South Africa.