Capetonian brings humour to 2019 elections by singing SA’s woes

Capetonian brings humour to 2019 elections by singing SA’s woes

It's election time again and Capetonian, Faried Swartz, made a catchy song to the beat a popular tune for those who are undecided about who they want to vote for. He highlights all of Mzansi's biggest issues.

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South Africans will soon put their 'X' on a paper, making their election vote official, but with so much political drama, it's hard to know who to vote for.

Cape Town resident, Faried Swartz, created a hilarious version of the Do Re Mi song from the film The Sound of Music and used his own lyrics. That's how Election Time South Africa came to be.

In the song, Faried refers to all the things that South Africa is battling with - everything from Bosasa to loadshedding and the SAA bailouts.

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Faried shared the video on social media and is amazed by the reaction, according to SA People.

The jokester singer has been in show biz for 25 years and he started making his videos when Zuma started making headlines.

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Briefly.co.za gathered that Faried said making his latest video wasn't easy.

...quite hard to do… incorporating props… I made lots of mistakes with them… and remembering words that you have recently written is already quite hard. It took many, many, many, many takes. Ha ha ha…

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Check out the video:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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