dailymaverick.co.za

The youth vote: Students at UCT weigh up their options

The EFF Student Command, the South African Student's Congress (Sasco), the Democratic Alliance Student Organisation (Daso) and the Pan-African ...

- dailymaverick.co.za | 6 months ago

fin24.com

In election week, is local lekker enough for our politicians?

That is what we pursue in all provinces and all alliance partners," said ... "The Democratic Alliance's paraphernalia is sourced from various locations ...

- fin24.com | 6 months ago

news24.com

ANC needs a strong opposition to keep them honest

I made my decision to support the DA when I chatted with party leader Mmusi Maimane and I realised that it isn't about the witty campaigns and it isn't ...

- news24.com | 6 months ago

enca.com

Ipsos poll predicts ANC to win national vote

PRETORIA - Market research and a consulting firm Ipsos predict the ANC will win more than 60 percent of the national vote. The governing party is ...

- enca.com | 6 months ago

Maimane concerned about reports of election irregularities

Sethembiso Zulu | Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane says his party is concerned about the integrity of the elections. He was ...

- ewn.co.za | 6 months ago

citizen.co.za

Cosatu calls on members to sideline DA

But DA national spokesperson Refiloe Nt'sekhe said: 'Cosatu should vote for a party that creates jobs rather than destroy jobs. Cosatu should vote DA.

- citizen.co.za | 6 months ago

iol.co.za

Unemployment, rising debt set to put Cyril Ramaphosa to the test

Johannesburg - President Cyril Ramaphosa may be on course to retain power in Wednesday's election, but he will face the immediate challenge of ...

- iol.co.za | 6 months ago

Radical opposition party advocating seizure of white-owned farms set to surge in South Africa's ...

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) advocates the seizure of all white-owned farms and the nationalisation of much of the economy. Its leader ...

- telegraph.co.uk | 6 months ago

citizen.co.za

IEC confident of orderly election, despite protests

Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane arrives at an election rally in Kwamashu near Durban, May 7, 2019. Picture: REUTERS / Rogan Ward ...

- citizen.co.za | 6 months ago

ewn.co.za

Political expert: Voting intention opinion polls are not reliable

... (ANC) would win with most votes, the Economic Freedom Fighters would continue to grow, while the Democratic Alliance (DA) would remain stable.

- ewn.co.za | 6 months ago

702.co.za

What could a coalition mean for the future of Gauteng, South Africa?

The Political Party Co-operation and Building and Sustaining of Coalitions initiative's project coordinator and chief researcher Mike Law says while the ...

- 702.co.za | 6 months ago

briefly.co.za

How South Africa's politicians spent the day before the 2019 elections

President Cyril Ramaphosa spent the day campaigning in Vosloorus, a township in Gauteng, currently a Democratic Alliance stronghold and the ...

- briefly.co.za | 6 months ago

mg.co.za

ANC could take 65% of national vote — Ipsos

Ipsos on Tuesday released a poll indicating that the ANC may take as much as 65% of the national vote on Wednesday, with a high voter turnout ...

- mg.co.za | 6 months ago

politicsweb.co.za

Stop this very childllike mentality - IFP MP warns the DA

The DA's campaign strategy could jeopardise its own chances of its envisioned coalition government with smaller parties, according to IFP MP ...

- politicsweb.co.za | 6 months ago

iol.co.za

Solly Msimanga encourages residents to use vote to bring change

Pretoria - The Democratic Alliance (DA) Gauteng premier candidate Solly Msimanga went around central business district on Tuesday morning, where ...

- iol.co.za | 6 months ago

dailymaverick.co.za

Better the devil you know: Why I will vote for the ANC

There is only one party that can save South Africa from the mess of the Zuma years, and that is the ANC. The DA is still a party of mainly white men, ...

- dailymaverick.co.za | 6 months ago

news24.com

'Ramaphosa has abandoned Durban' - Maimane's last push to woo KZN

In a vigorous attempt to woo KwaZulu-Natal voters, DA leader Mmusi Maimane told Durban residents that President Cyril Ramaphosa had failed them ...

- news24.com | 6 months ago

biznews.com

Taxi party says don't forget about us – #Elections2019

In the past Helen Suzman managed to do that and more recently Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema attracted far more attention than ...

- biznews.com | 6 months ago