It's that time where politicians races against time to gather, secure rather as much votes as they can from people, going as far as visiting townships and campaigning for their parties.
ANC and other parties are now visiting townships giving out t-shirts and that is seen as buying votes from people by giving them promises to hold onto, which never becomes the reality.
For so many times ,ANC as the party in charge, has made countless promises to citizens and till to date, there's still not much to show as the Unemployment is still as raw as it was back then and instead of it flattening, it's escalating and all they give people are Unemployment grant which covers nothing for the people.
Carl, posted a picture of himself and people from townships and captioned"doing door to door campaigning [email protected] at Lindelani, kwa Dududuza".
People didn't have any positive thing to say.
With that being said, citizens are the one holding power of change and all they need to do, is to vote for a party that, they believe cares for the people.
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