INDEPENDENT. IMPARTIAL.

INDEPENDENT. IMPARTIAL.

EFF President Julius Malema says if his party is voted into power after the upcoming local government elections, he will introduce what he calls a graduation allowance as a salary for all unemployed graduates from various tertiary institutions.   Addressing EFF student members in the Cape Metro in Bellville Cape Town, as part of his party election campaign in the Western Cape, Malema says the incentive will go a long way in ensuring that those who are without work despite having university qualifications are financial supported while still looking for
Voting can be daunting and intimidating for those doing it for the first time, however, it is considered the most democratic tool of power vested by governments to their citizens. The most surprising information concerning voting is the lack of participation from young South Africans which is attributed to the absence of adequate knowledge that can enable them to feel that their vote matters in the election process. A research conducted by the Institute of Security Studies states that the importance of voter and
The African National Congress (ANC) president Cyril Ramaphosa has told the small community of Kuyga in Gqeberha that his party will regain control of the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro in the next local government elections on November 1. The community braved the cold and wet conditions to listen to the party’s promises should their candidate be successful in the ward. President Ramaphosa also embarked on a door-to-door campaign in the area. Addressing the residents in isiXhosa, he promised the ANC will ensure there is better