The Khoisan community has decided to abstain from taking part in the 2019 elections. Khoi national leadership has made it clear they do not want the ANC in office and are asking South Africans to vote against them.
The Khoi community is very unsatisfied with the ANC and wants South Africa to vote against the ruling party when they place their 'X'.
They have been camped outside the Union Buildings in Pretoria since November last year and demand that they be recognised as South Africa's first indigenous nation and their language be listed as an official language.
SABC News reports the Khoi community is also making it clear how they feel as they are refusing to vote.
The Khoisan's group leader, Chief Khoisan SA, is calling on voters to support them and vote against the ANC.
Briefly.co.za gathered that the community completely lost its faith in the government back when their input wasn't asked for when the Khoisan Traditional Leadership Bill was passed.
They do not feel that the government kept its promise of a better life for everyone.
The Khoi has called on all coloured communities who support them to not vote ANC, according to eNCA.
“We hope that we move government to come to us before the elections, we are appealing to all South Africans.
"If they want to support us with our plight as first nations they need to vote against the governing party.”
Judging from the comments on social media, many South Africans are wondering what will happen to the Khoi.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!