Floyd Shivambu reckons South Africa is in for a change of government

Floyd Shivambu reckons South Africa is in for a change of government

Floyd Shivambu, the EFF's deputy-president, is convinced that his party will make 'history' and become South Africa's ruling party. According to him, the ANC will not win the 2019 elections.

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The 2019 elections are in full swing and many South Africans have already voted for the parties they support.

Floyd Shivambu, Deputy-President of the Economic Freedom Fighters, is certain that there is a change in South African government coming.

He is convinced that the ANC will lose the elections and the EFF will reign supreme, according to a report by The Sowetan.

"The ANC is not going to win elections. Before the end of this week there’s going to be history. Already we have long queues, it is like 1994 and this is a decisive moment in terms of change of government."

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This was the third time that Shivambu has gotten to cast his vote since the EFF was born.

Briefly.co.za gathered that the politician was speaking to the media at Moses Kotane Primary School in Braamfischerville, Soweto when he talked about the change that is coming.

“Whenever change of government happens, the enthusiasm that defines the voters you see by the stretch of queues.
"The queues here are telling of a decisive change moment that ultimately we are going to have a different government, more especially here in Gauteng."

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Voting hasn't gone without hiccups, as protests caused chaos at several locations.

So far, two voting stations in Durban have been burned down and police fired rubber bullets at residents of Holpan in the Northern Cape after they tried to prevent voters from voting.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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