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The ANC keeps dropping the ball and the DA keeps scoring points with educated voters.Opinion

The African National Congress of the late Nelson Mandela is no more. Evidence is not that hard to find if you know where to look. The integrity of the party is getting eroded with every case of corruption.

Currently the General Secretary of the ANC is facing a case of corruption and has been suspended by the party. The General Secretary is the Engine of the party. He is responsible for disciplining members.

The spokesperson of the party is facing a case of his own as well and might be asked to step aside soon. This is the man responsible for selling the party to voters and instilling confidence in the nation about the party.

The Democratic Alliance is using a silent strategy that might actually take power away from the ruling party in our lifetime.

The strategy the DA is using is by targeting municipalities. Municipalities under the Democratic Alliance receive unqualified audit opinions all the time.

Everyone knows that getting things right at municipal level creates a good support for the party. People need basic services and getting them this necessary services is a winning formula.

John Steenhuisen has managed to reverse the losses the party suffered under Mmusi Maimane. The DA was on an upward trajectory before Mmusi took over, but has since dropped and its position in Parliament is now being threatened by the EFF.

South Africa is heading for the municipal polls on the 1st of November 2021. The ANC failed to submit its candidate list on time before the cut off date causing massive embarrassment for the leadership.

There is also reports of workers not being paid in the ANC. The party is in such a chaotic state and is becoming easy picking for the raging Blue Nation.

It is important to vote using logic rather than emotion during the day of November the 1st.

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