The party will be contesting elections for the first time on 8 May 2019.
It is one of the six small political parties from Mpumalanga that will be running for office.
In the 2019 elections the party will be contesting for the national elections and all nine provinces
The African National Congress is the governing party of South Africa, supported by its tripartite alliance with the Cosatu and the SACP, and Sanco.
African National Congress (ANC) MP Thandi Modise has been elected as Speaker of the National Assembly. Thandi Modise overcame the Democratic Alliance’s (DA) Richard Majola by 250 votes, whilst Majola only got 83 votes.
Deputy President David Mabuza will not be sworn into the National Assembly on Wednesday. According to a statement by the ANC, Mabuza has requested that his swearing in be postponed until allegations against him have been dealt with within the party’s Integrity Commission.
The International Scientific Community urges Benin President Patrice Talon to call new elections on a new basis that guarantees, instead of excluding it before hand, the effective participation of the opposition in an open and transparent national competition.
The African National Congress (ANC) says its national candidate list is still with the integrity committee for review
Forty-eight political parties will content the national elections on Wednesday. This is 19 more parties than those that contested in the 2014 national elections. The African Security Congress will appear first on the ballot paper.
The DA will hold its final election rally at Soweto’s Dobsonville Stadium later on Saturday morning. Party Leader Mmusi Maimane hopes to use the event dubbed ‘Diphetogo Rally’ to get more votes for change in these elections. Riding on corruption allegations against the African National Congress (ANC), Maimane said the 1994 promise of a better […]