The dynamics of South African politics have been radically transformed since the dawn of democracy. And in recent years, the political landscape of South Africa have been so interesting to extent that we have witnessed many young South African people becoming particularly interested in South African politics, because of things have going on lately.
It must be remembered that South Africa is currently considered to be one of the most progressive democratic state. And under a democratically run state, people are afforded certain rights and freedom to do and choose what they believe is right for them. There are so many political parties in existence in South Africa at this point in time.
However, enumerating all the political parties that are in South Africa, will consume a lot of time. However, what can be said at this juncture, is the multiplicity of political parties have afforded South African people to be able to chose their respective political parties. Lately on social media platforms, particularly on Twitter; there emerged a poster of two South African people who are seemingly of different political persuasions. One poster showed a white lady who is a member of the Economic Freedom fighters. And the other poster showed a picture of a black man who is member of FF+.
The posters have been trending for the past two days. And as one would expect; many South African people have reacted to the poster with mixed reactions. As already alluded above, the poster tend to suggest that, indeed, the dynamics of South African politics have, in the past two decades or so have been changing so rapidly.
One of the people who have reacted to the poster that is making rounds on social media platforms, simply responded by saying the following "The colour of political landscape at university's seems to be changing"
And below is the screenshot of the some tweets that reacted to the poster:
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