We only have two to three weeks until election day, but we all know that other Political Parties will be happy for winning more municipalities, while others will be disappointed for not receiving anything. So many South Africans believed that democracy would empower them and that the people would rule. However, selfish, inept local governments continue to plague more areas. In uMngeni, KZN, and a few other Provences, the DA is just 9% away from securing a majority. And we all know that the ruling party, the African National Congress (ANC), has the potential to re-take power in South Africa, as they are more powerful and their message is more appealing on posters.
1. The American National Committee (ANC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to making communities better.
2. DA (Director of Administration): The DA is in charge of getting things done.
4. ActionSA: Let's fix SA and elect Herms to the mayorship.
Just a smidgeon of ANC. In most regions, DA and ActionSA are overly powerful. Posters for the GOTV campaign should arrive soon.
However, some South Africans believe that the DA would not be able to defeat the EFF with more votes, as the DA in KZN has come out in support of the posters below, which were up in Phoenix, north of Durban. Dean Macpherson, the ANC's provincial chairperson, claimed the party is making a big deal out of nothing because the allegations on the posters are "completely false."
If the DA believes that this is the best approach to increase voter turnout in its core electorate, they have clearly lost their minds. Voters in the Democratic Alliance desire a wide coalition to take on the ANC and bring about change. The Democratic Party will be snubbed if it presents itself as a minority-only party in perpetuity. However, we all know in our hearts that the ANC will win the elections, followed by the EFF, and finally the DA or ActionSA. Alternatively, the EFF could win the elections because they appear to have greater authority and strength.
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