Some home grown news with the upcoming election.
Aged 42, Kutlawano has no job and lives in a single room with three other people, including his disabled sister.“They are just greedy people working for themselves,” he declares of the African National Congress (ANC).
“This time I’m just not going to vote,” said Kutlawano, disillusioned.
For all the difference in problems, corruption and competence around the world, people are the same everywhere..... either don't vote or stick with what you know, regardless.Still vote for ANC
Despite their anger, people still plan to vote for the ANC.
The DA has battled to carve away at the loyal ANC voting base, and polls show it dipping from about 22 to 18 percent in May.
The radical Economic Freedom Fighters, whose leader split from the ANC and promises to seize land from whites, is polled to rise slightly from six to 10 percent of the vote, still far from a power challenge.
“It’s the liberation movement, they set us free. And Cyril is a face of hope. Better the devil you know…,” summarised Zweni.