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Mmusi Maimane doesn’t want DA’s political ‘superstars’

The leader of the new One South Africa Movement says his former party has set itself on a course away from multiracialism after its recent policy conference

Reforming a broken system: Can Electoral Act amendments revive faith in SA’s democracy?

Pure politics: Incoming Electoral Act changes could revolutionise our political landscape. Or not

Electoral reform allowing independent candidates is long overdue

In implementing the Constitutional Court’s recent ruling, legislators will need to rethink the closed list system

EFF suffers second court defeat in a week

The party was found to be in breach of the Electoral Code when it failed to stop its supporters from harassing and threatening journalist Karima Brown

IEC intent on announcing final results on Saturday

The Mail & Guardian understands parties are set to receive a presentation on an audit over double votes on Saturday

Objections will not suspend the election results

Smaller parties are threatening court action. But this does not automatically suspend the results of the election

DA granted permission to use its own seal on May 8 ballot boxes

The opposition is being extra vigilant over ballot boxes in the 2019 polls

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