South African people will be heading to the polls on 1 November, for the upcoming local government elections. As a result thereof, we have witnessed many Political Parties' placards and slogans. And now, there emerged a picture on social media platforms, particularly on Twitter: and the picture, on a closer examination, shows a car with " Vote ANC" stickers.
And the car looks like its needs some fixing, because, by all indication the car can't move because it has flat tires. The way the car has been put on the picture clearly suggest it cannot move. The door of the car appears to be damaged as well. The front of the car is also damaged.
In the meanwhile, majority of South African people who have registered to vote are eagerly waiting in anticipation to finally cast their votes on the 1st November. Many political analysts believes this year local government elections will be the most highly contested elections, to date.
It must be clearly remembered that local government, especially in South Africa, is the sphere of government closest to the people. Majority of basic services are delivered by local municipalities and local ward councillors are the politicians closest to communities. And when Municipalities are not working accordingly, then ordinary South African people will suffer the consequences of not getting better service delivery.
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