The campaign posters of the Economic Freedom Fighters political party have been sighted facing upside down. Some people are saying that members of Action South Africa did it after it was allegedly reported that some EFF members were placing Julius Malema's posters on top of Action South Africa posters. However, a South African said that members of the Economic Freedom Fighters political party are under pressure, so they are now turning their campaign posters upside down. The man who posted this picture wrote, “Pressure is mounting this side of Menlyn. . The red poster on fire opposite”. This came after Herman Mashaba posted a picture of an online poll showing that his political party, Action South Africa, will take the lead in the mayor election, especially in Johannesburg.
Members of the Economic Freedom Fighters political party are attacking members of Action South Africa, saying that they are the ones who are turning the campaign posters of the Economic Freedom Fighters upside-down saying that the Action South Africa know that the EFF will win so members of Action South Africa are already afraid. It should be noted that there is a keen contest between the EFF and the Action South Africa in the campaign leading to the election. This election will probably be the most keenly contested, the addition of Action South Africa to the ballot paper have changed the political topography of South Africa. Several people believe that the speed at which Action South Africa is moving, they may end up displacing some other political parties in the country. Herman Mashaba is vigorously campaigning for his newly formed political party, and he is making waves, although some people tag him as xenophobic and Afro phobic politician.
The ANC is having a great difficulty in convincing voters because some voters believe that the promises made by the ANC to the people before have not been fulfilled. They lamented that before now, that ANC promised them jobs, yet the level of unemployment keep rising unabated. They lamented that the government is still coming back to make the same promises again, promising to lift about 20 million South Africans out of poverty. Nevertheless, some people believe that it is a fake promise, so many people are now searching for alternatives political parties to vote for.
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