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10
MAY

Smaller parties suspect fraud

Tensions are running high at the IEC’s Results Operation Centre in Pretoria today, as the plethora of smaller parties broke out into song, and band together to make several of their concerns known.
09
MAY

BLF states white monopoly capital will benefit from vote fixing

Live from the IEC's Results Operations Centre in Pretoria, the topic of the day is without a doubt the occurrence of double voting during this year’s national elections.

With wide spread concern being shared among various parties, Black First Land First or the BLF national spokesperson Lindsay Maasdorp states that, double voting could be used by white monopoly capital as a means of keeping the party out of parliament.
09
MAY

VF+ rips the rug out from under the DA

As polling results begin to trickle in at the IEC’s Results Operation Centre, VF+ has already began to see significant growth in it national numbers. In 2014 the party held 0.9% of the national vote. Just 32% into the current national results counting, the party now holds 3.11% of the vote.
07
MAY

What has changed?

As South Africa heads to the polls, we compare some of the promises made by notorious former president Jacob Zuma at the start of his tenure to those recently made by standing president Cyril Ramaphosa. ​
07
MAY

Are young voters apathetic?

With the national general elections just around the corner, research done by data analysis firm EDGIS show that the largest amount of registered voters are under 20 years old. Unfortunately, this age cohort historically has not shown up to the polls. We hit the streets of Joburg to find out why.
10
APR

LISTEN | Pieter-Louis Myburgh comments on book launch disruption

Author of Gangster State: Unravelling Ace Magashule's Web of Capture, Pieter-Louis Myburgh, talks to Sunday Times reporter Iavan Pijoos about the disruption of a recent book launch.

A group of disgruntled ANC secretary general Ace Magashule’s loyalists interrupted the book launch in Johannesburg on Thursday evening.

The group from the Free State brought the event to a standstill as they stormed Exclusive Books in Sandton. Their presence resulted in the store's employees removing copies of Myburgh's book from the shelves.
09
APR

LISTEN | Women are more dedicated voters

Women are in the majority when it comes to voting in South Africa.

That's according to research conducted by data expert Paul Berkowitz of EDGIS, which was presented on the 9th of April 2019 at a Business Day event titled "Election Directions".

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