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2019 NATIONAL AND PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS TIMETABLE

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Cope president Mosiuoa Lekota accused you of condemning him and others to the apartheid regime, are you condemning your daughter (Caster Semenya) to the most uncivilised human beings in the world? You have hardly protected her or said anything.

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EFF STATEMENT ON ANC’S REFUSAL TO RECOGNIZE MAMA WINNIE MANDELA

The ANC, working with the DA, has once more rejected the renaming of Cape Town International Airport after Mama Winnie Mandela. The ANC refuses to see Mama Winnie Mandela In her own right as a leader of the liberation of South Africa, which Is also a rejection of accepting that women have played a central role In our freedom.

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Julius Malema birthday notes by Sefu Sekgala

Malema is one of the politicians you can consider self-made, he has always gone against the tide and mostly against the values of some of the ANC leaders. He has charted a road never existed and created a kingdom in a village were there was no one.

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Shared values that find expression at the personal, professional and political levels are the only guarantors of mutual respect, collaboration and securing of sustainable social justice for all.

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The following speech was delivered today by Democratic Alliance (DA) Leader, Mmusi Maimane, at the DA Manifesto Launch at the Rand Stadium, Johannesburg.

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I have no doubt that IAAF will try and concoct a scientific argument to defuse Caster Semenya’s speed.

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The 2019 general elections are poised to be a battle between the ANC and the EFF; the proverbial David and Goliath. 

The two dominant political parties that have been under public pressure regarding their position on corruption stand to do well in the forthcoming elections, while the DA will have to hang on for dear life.

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“Of course, the respondents had the choice to reveal [which parties they were] willing to vote [for], but we have 58.1% of people saying they will vote for the ANC, 16. 7% for the EFF and 9.8% said they would vote the DA” Cheuwa said.

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