Cape Town – Cabinet has endorsed a report that would permit free possibility to challenge public and commonplace decisions. This comes after the Constitutional Court decided last year that autonomous competitors can challenge public and commonplace decisions to be MPs and MPLs, and not be confined to nearby government levels.
Yesterday in many of municipalities in the republic of South Africa, councillors were been sworn in and electing for Mayors, deputies and speakers of the municipalities. This is happening after Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) held local government elections and gave each and every qualifying citizens to determine the people and political parties whom they want to be led by.
Few days ago, the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) had released the records of political organizations funding and that is were many secrets came out. This was for the second time Economic Freedom Fighters not submitting their funders to the IEC. But from the Commander In Chief of the Economic freedom Fighters Julius Malema and Fighters had guts to criticize funders of the other political parties.
Topic: ANC paid a heavy price under Cyril Ramaphosa than in any president. Article written by Mukona94. Since yesterday, The municipalities of South Africa were busy sworn in councillors and also electing Mayors, and Speakers of the municipalities. This is after three Independent Electoral Commission held local government elections which didn't determine much in many municipalities on which elections should led those municipalities.
Yesterday the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) had released reports about political parties funding but Economic Freedom Fighters was once not there. Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) has done two funding reports so far. Zero disclosures from the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) so far but uts expenditures show something that there might be some hidden donors.
Political analysis opinion: Allegedly the Chief in commander of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Julius Malema failed the party and now many people are asking themselves what could be the way forward. We couldn't shy away from the fact that Economic Freedom Fighters have huge supporters and also smart people who are critical thinkers.
The EFF leader has said that Ramaphosa is the one to blame for this elections since Malema said that this year the elections was boring. This comes after there was a local government election which was affected the Malema said this while he was speaking to the media as the election results were clear and there were complaints that many people were not voting.
As most people are probably aware by now, the local municipal elections are only seven days away, during which South Africans will head to the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) polls to select which party or parties would be best suited to rule their towns. As you might anticipate, political groups, including the corrupt ruling African National Congress (ANC), ramp up their campaigning shortly before elections.
It seems like it never rains, but pours for the former Cape Town mayor and chairperson of the Democratic Alliance, Helen Zille who was humiliated on local government elections day after being dragged out of the polling station by the security. Zille was told to shut it by ANC NEC member, Derek Hanekom after she blamed the Independent Electoral Commission for failing to run effective voting system which resulted in some voters not being able to cast their votes due to glitches.
Financial Freedom Fighters (EFF) pioneer Julius Malema has moved to guarantee allies that there isn't anything questionable with regards to how the party gets its subsidising. Malema tended to the party's Siyabonga Rally in Thembisa, east of Johannesburg on Saturday, 20 November 2021.
It seems like it never rains, yet pours for the previous Cape Town civic chairman and administrator of the Democratic Alliance, Helen Zille who was embarrassed on neighborhood government decisions day in the wake of being hauled out of the surveying station by the security. Zille was told to close it by ANC NEC part, Derek Hanekom after she faulted the Independent Electoral Commission for neglecting to run powerful democratic framework which brought about certain citizens not having the option to project their votes because of errors.
Independence from the rat race Fighters (EFF) pioneer Julius Malema has moved to ensure partners that there is nothing problematic concerning how the party gets its sponsoring. Malema watched out for the party's Siyabonga Rally in Thembisa, east of Johannesburg on Saturday, 20 November 2021.
Few days ago, the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) revealed the list of political organizations funders, including the amount they got from each funder and donors. The political parties such as African National Congress, Democratic Alliance, ActionSA and others were on the list which simple mean that they've disclosed where their money comes from.
Few weeks ago, the republic of South Africa through Independent Electoral Commission hosted local government elections on the 1st of November 2021. This is where different political organizations in South Africa were on the ground convincing people to vote for them. Many promises were made and now since elections are over and those who have won have won, reality is about to hit the ground.
The IEC has today uncovered that the DA got gifts of R16.8m while the ANC got a gift of R5.8 million
https://ewn.co.za/2021/11/18/iec-naspers-donates-r1m-to-da-anc-got-r5-8m-from-motsepe-s-mining-company?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) has on Thursday uncovered that media proprietors Naspers, President Cyril Ramaphosa and financial specialist Rebecca Oppenheimer were among the contributors of ideological groups during the second quarter of the year. The subtleties were delivered in accordance with the Political Party Funding Act, which requires the exposure of gifts above R100,000.
The political parties survives by the donations from the independent individuals and the various corporates to survive and run the campaigns especially during the election season.The south african parliament has made it compulsory for all the political parties to disclose their donors to the Independent Electoral commission,this was due to the corruption and a very toxic relationships that were suspected between the donors and the political parties,this was also to prevent the possible fronting of the political leaders by the powerful donors who are ruling from behind.The involvement of the Gupta family into to the politics of south africa is one typical example of how certain individuals are able to influence the government's decision making bodies.The Economic Freedom Fighters,Inkatha Freedom Party,Freedom Front Plus and others parties haven't yet disclosed their donors to date,the Independent Electoral Commission has been asking these parties to disclose their donors without success.The Democratic Alliance has put some pressure on the Electoral commission to demand that the parties that haven't yet complied with the newly legislated electoral act to do so.The IEC had sent a stern warning to all the parties that haven't done as the act requires them to do.Though the IEC haven't yet issued out the deadline for this matter,they have warned the said political parties to either disclose their donors or face the wrath of the commission.It is quiet surprising how the bigger parties like the EFF are beating about the bush when they have to disclose their donors,the majority of the south africans are impatiently awaiting to see the EFFs donors.All eyes are on the Economic Freedom Fighters and the other parties are not that of the great importance as far as the comments on the social media extends.The parties that are known to be very corrupt like the African National Congress had already disclosed their donors,one could very well ask what is it that the EFF might be hiding,they are failing to disclose a mere donors.
Few days ago, the republic of South Africa hosted local government elections through Independent Electoral Commission (IEC). Now as we speak, results are out already and those political parties who won have started deploying the Mayors and PR councillors. African National Congress believes to uses the list were members from branches elect comrades they want to be mayors, PR councillors and ward councillors.
The republic of South Africa through the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) were on elections for local government on monday the 1st of November 2021. The elections were taking place with so much outcry from public of poor service delivery around the whole of South Africa. Many people didn't even bother to go and cast their votes with the believe that all organizations are the same but there is this young person who went to voting station and cast his or her vote but they way he/she casted vote got so many people attention.
Herman Mashaba is the founder and president of the ActionSA. This is the political party which has a year only in uts existence. Many people, more especially in Johannesburg had hope on this party and even voted for it, although it was a new kid on the block.
The Independent Electoral Commission had hardly finished packing their boxes when Eskom , without any waste of time , hurriedly announced the return of the economy destroying loadshedding. From fighting the elections and narrowly winning , instead of now attending to service delivery problems , the Ruling Party must immediately focus on trying to find ways to fixing problems at the power utility.