Education and job creation are key considerations for the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) ahead of the May 8 election.

Its national chairperson Advocate Dali Mpofu says the party is determined to speed up service delivery should it be elected to govern the country. He was on a campaign trail in Mdantsane, near East London.

Promising to better the lives of underprivileged South Africans, the EFF has its sights set on improving education and creating employment opportunities.

The party also promises to be accountable to the electorate.

Mpofu has urged people to vote for the EFF in order for them to see an improvement in their lives.

“How they use their vote intelligently to ensure that they communicate that it ends here, enough is enough, this is the end to corruption and they must try somebody else and that somebody better placed is the EFF to resolve the dire situation.”

Some electorates have expressed confidence in the EFF.

“We expect change and we have noted some progress since EFF came into existence. We believe that under EFF governance our grievances will be addressed,” says one of the residents.

Another resident says; “We will vote for EFF but it must make sure that it delivers on it promises, we want houses and jobs.”