On 5 September, 1977, the Progressive Reform Party of South Africa and the ‘Japie’ Basson dissident group of United Party (UP) members merged to form the Progressive Federal Party (PFP) with Colin Eglin as leader. The party’s best known parliamentarian was Helen Suzman. (http://www.sahistory.org.za/dated-event/progressive-federal-party-formed)
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