SA’s Electoral Act has come under the spotlight as South Africa gets closer to its fifth democratic national elections on May 7th.
IEC says it is all systems go for the May 7 general elections. With only two weeks left before the polls, the IEC is still hard at work to leave no stone unturned.
The Independent Electoral Commission of SA (IEC) is expected to release the final lists of parties and candidates contesting the elections on Tuesday.
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader, Julius Malema says the ownership of land was the main focus of the fight for freedom.
The ANC Western Cape leader, Marius Fransman, says it’s unacceptable that prime farming land in the province still belongs mostly to white farmers.
Not voting in the forthcoming elections would be blasphemy, the ANCYL said in a statement commemorating the 50th anniversary of struggle icon Nelson Mandela’s Rivonia trial speech.
The Eastern Cape is likely to have a new premier after May 7 general elections, regardless of which political party wins the province after next month’s elections.
The office of the Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has confirmed that it has launched an investigation into whether the ANC has been using state resources for its electoral campaign.
Agang SA on Sunday disputed poll results indicating negligible support, saying it was confident it would come third in the country’s upcoming elections.