- Social media users are using their online presence to campaign for the political parties of their choice
- South Africans are currently preparing themselves and their followers for the upcoming 1 November local government elections
- Social networking platforms have been used by netizens to safely campaign for the political parties during the Covid 19 pandemic
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South Africans are preparing themselves for the first of next month to bring change into the country. 1 November is election day, a public holiday and a day that will go down in the history books of Mzansi.
Saffas have been using their online presence to advocate for the political parties of their choice. Social media has been a helping hand to many in terms of political campaigning as the country is still gripped by the Covid 19 pandemic.
'1 November' has been trending on Twitter as netizens discuss their preferred candidates who they believe will bring about change in the rainbow nation.
South Africans campaign for their political party
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"Vote EFF on the 1st of November. Give us a chance to prove you wrong!"
"So somewhere, the government is preparing & gathering the 4th wave to unleash on the citizens after they have voted on the 1st of November."
"Waiting for the 1st of November 2021 to vote the #ANC out of power."
"ActionSA could not have come at a better time than this. The people of South Africa are crying for change, may you not disappoint us. 1st of November I'll be making my mark."
KZN community to boycott upcoming elections, SA feels the move is justified
In other election-related news, Briefly News previously reported that people living at an informal settlement in Cato Crest outside Durban in KwaZulu-Natal have threatened to boycott the upcoming municipal elections.
The disgruntled dwellers are stating a string of reasons for their firm stance, including, among others, the heaps of uncollected waste and a sewerage spill within their settlement.
The community, which has lambasted the poor service delivery and labelled it as a serious health concern, said they've had enough of the empty promises and simply want more decent living conditions.
Source: Briefly News