A young lady caused a stir on her Twitter account after asking her followers a question.
The local government elections are less than two months away and parties and elections officials have their hands full with preparations.
South Africans will head to the polls on 1 November 2021 to elect the political leadership of the country's 257 municipalities , Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs.
The lady asked her followers that are they really going to vote for the African National Congress ( ANC) and the comment section was flooded with different views and reactions concerning her post.
Many tweeps suprisingly agreed that they will continue voting for the political party because they don't think there is another party that is better than the current ruling party, while others said that it is time for change, another party must be given a chance and see what happens and others said that they are not voting.
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