INDEPENDENT. IMPARTIAL.

INDEPENDENT. IMPARTIAL.

The African National Congress (ANC) branch in the Khotho Mkhunye zone near Isipingo in Durban has held a prayer meeting for a peaceful and fair election. The area is near the notorious Glebelands and Seventeen hostels. Organiser Sthembiso Mshengu says prayer is important in the run-up to the local government election, especially for political leaders and party volunteers. “It’s about God’s intervention to ensure that we invite the presence of our Mighty to guide us, to guide our volunteers
Economics Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema says government can afford to put proper flushing toilets in all schools and ensure all South African households have electricity. Malema was wrapping up his campaign trail in the Northern Cape ahead of the local government elections. He says people’s lives will change for the better if the EFF wins the elections. He was addressing party members in Galeshewe in Kimberley. “It will not cost government more than R200 000 per school. We can give all schools
African Transformation Movement (ATM) leader, Vuyolwethu Zungula in conversation with SABC News politics editor Mzwandile Mbeje on the party’s preparations for the upcoming November 1 Local Government Elections. The party made inroads in 2019 when it managed to win two seats in the National Assembly during the National and Provincial Elections. Interview below: