eNCA's election bus is hitting the road this morning. Our mission is clear - we want to find out how South Africans really feel about the state of our democracy.
JOHANNESBURG - On Tuesday 9 April, eNCA’s Election Bus starts its journey.
With the country at a crossroads, the Election Bus will hit the road to find out what South Africans really feel about the state of our democracy.
Do we still believe in a bright future for our nation? Has corruption ruined our dreams or can we rise again and fulfill our potential?
We will travel highways and byways to seek out the uncomfortable views, give voice to the heartbreak of broken promises but also hear great ideas and stories of triumph.
With just under a month before the May 8 election, eNCA Now anchor Xoli Mgambi will kick off the first leg of the journey from Johannesburg on Monday the 9th of April.
eNCA's Xoli Mngambi and Uveka Rangappa.
From Tuesday the 23rd of April, Morning News Today anchor Uveka Rangappa will carry on the journey from Cape Town.
We will broadcast daily updates on eNCA, live blog on eNCA.com and provide updates on our social media platforms, as we visit small towns and major centres in all the provinces.
In partnership with radio station YFM, the Election Bus will get a full picture of what is happening at grassroots level.
Look out for the eNCA Election Bus when it comes to town, and get live updates on air from 9 April.
Because this election is our country’s moment of truth.