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Ahead of May 8, young South Africans are reminded of the power of their votes
Ahead of May 8, young South Africans are reminded of the power of their votes
"The eighth of May is your big day. Halala, 8 May, halala!” This is how Khaya Sithole kicked off the panel discussion hosted by the Gauteng...
Election date announced
Election date announced
During his State of the Nation address (Sona) on Thursday, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the 2019 general election will be held on May...
You can’t manipulate us into voting
You can’t manipulate us into voting
The question of youth participation in a democracy often comes up during an election period, and rightly so.
Voters are not to blame for opposition parties’ woes
Voters are not to blame for opposition parties’ woes
I have heard several analysts blaming voters for the sluggishness of our opposition parties. One suggested recently that perhaps ANC voters suffer...
The youth want rapid change, and voting is one way to achieve it
The youth want rapid change, and voting is one way to achieve it
"Grill us, we are here to do the right thing.” These were the words of Deputy Speaker of the Gauteng Provincial Legislature, Nomantu Nkomo-Ralehoko, speaking in Vosloorus on behalf of the Legislature on October 17. “Your views are our vision. We are not here to say vote for a...
Court the women’s vote in 2019
Court the women’s vote in 2019
A new study finds that women voters, who carry the bulk of the socioeconomic and inequality burden, may put socioeconomic rights above party...
Africa leads the way in election technology, but there’s a long way to go
Africa leads the way in election technology, but there’s a long way to go
Kenya’s recently annulled elections will soon be re-run, but the long-term questions they raised about election management are still...
Kenyan poll haunted by the ghosts of voters passed
Kenyan poll haunted by the ghosts of voters passed
More than a million dead Kenyans are registered as voters, according to KPMG. The audit firm discovered the discrepancy when it was finalising the...
Taking fewer risks with age is biologically determined
Taking fewer risks with age is biologically determined
Taking fewer risks as you grow older is inevitable, according to scientists who have linked a drop...
Court to hear issue on secret funding of political parties
Court to hear issue on secret funding of political parties
The Promotion of Access to Information Act (PAIA), which is supposed to ensure that any member of the public can access private or public information to which they have a right, will be a central issue before the Constitutional Court on Tuesday....
Landmark e-voting to go ahead in Namibia after court challenge fails
Landmark e-voting to go ahead in Namibia after court challenge fails
Namibia is to become the first African country to use electronic voting machines in a general election, after the Windhoek high court dismissed a...

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