Last month on the 1st of November 2021, South Africans had an opportunity to vote for government they want in their local municipalities and wards. Unfortunately and fortunate to others, not many people voted this time but that doesn't prevent the formation of new government.
After counting, there was no political organization which got more than 50 threshold in metros in Gauteng province. This then opened a room for coalition negotiations amongst political parties.
After that, history was made, when opposition party removed African National Congress in all Gauteng province metros.
Democratic Alliance (DA) came out victorious with the support from other opposition parties such as Economic Freedom Fighters, ActionSA, Freedom Front plus and others.
Now, Democratic Alliance has started working and they shared a strong message to residents of Areas such as Soweto which believes that they don't pay electricity.
DA shared that government can nolonger afford to continue providing electricity to peole who don't contribute.South Africa cannot be carrying the whole of Soweto on its shoulders. It’s unfair.
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