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In the middle of the shortened and compressed election campaign for the local government elections, less than a fifth (18%) of adult South Africans indicated that they think the country is going in the right direction. A similar rather modest proportion
Local Authorities do not live up to the expectations of voters
In spite of the fact that less than half of registered voters in Johannesburg and Tshwane are happy with the party choices they made in 2016, the vast majority will vote for the same parties as before.
Currently 42,6 million South Africans are eligible to vote, of these 26,2 million (61,6%) are registered to vote.
A week before the local government elections on 1 November 2021, registered voters are largely dissatisfied with the choices they made in the previous local government elections in 2016. The majority of those able to draw their crosses next Monday also
At the time, the bulletin was only broadcast on kykNET (DStv channel 144), but currently it is also one of the most popular programmes on two more channels: kykNET & kie (DStv channel 145) and kykNET Lekker (DStv channel 148).
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