ANC looks set to dominate 2019 vote, DA nowhere – latest poll

4 showed the ANC had 56% backing, the DA 18% and the EFF 11%. Based on a 69% turnout, the ANC would end up with 59% of votes cast, the DA ...

- biznews.com | 6 months ago

iol.co.za

#Elections2019: EFF target crime and gangsterism in campaign

Cape Town - The EFF launched an anti-crime and gangs campaign this weekend as part of its electioneering plans. Nazier Paulsen, a member of the ...

- iol.co.za | 6 months ago

iafrica.com

Malema To Personally Coordinate All EFF Campaign Work

... organisation's work, prompting a thorough investigation and recommendations by the party committee led by EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu.

- iafrica.com | 6 months ago

citizen.co.za

Ipsos poll says ANC could get 61% of the vote in May

... for the country's third largest political party, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), and 2% said they would vote for the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP).

- citizen.co.za | 6 months ago

timeslive.co.za

Thuli Madonsela's motivational tweets offer pearls of wisdom for 2019

Thuli Madonsela is still considered a reliable pillar of reason by many people in the country, especially on social media, despite leaving the office of ...

- timeslive.co.za | 6 months ago

dailymaverick.co.za

Writing the 2019 election: Strengthening Cyril Ramaphosa's hand

A secondary concern is that a vote for the ANC would be a vote for the EFF. And so there is a cartoon doing the rounds depicting Ramaphosa as ...

- dailymaverick.co.za | 6 months ago

dailymaverick.co.za

The politics of 2019 – sharp, divisive, dangerous

Photo: Leila Dougan / Julius Malema, leader of the opposition party Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), addresses supporters at the launch of the ...

- dailymaverick.co.za | 6 months ago

moneyweb.co.za

ANC set to dominate May elections

Based on a 69% turnout, the ANC would end up with 59% of votes cast, the DA 22% and the EFF 10%, the Johannesburg-based institute said.

- moneyweb.co.za | 6 months ago

citizen.co.za

Floyd Shivambu denies he's leaving EFF for 'spaza shops' or the ANC

Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) deputy leader Floyd Shivambu, left, and EFF Commander-In-Chief Julius Malema briefing the media on the VBS ...

- citizen.co.za | 6 months ago

menafn.com

The ANC: the story of a liberation movement that's lost its lustre

South Africans who last year enjoyed opposition leader Julius Malema harassing Zuma overlooked the fact that, when Malema ran the Youth League, ...

- menafn.com | 6 months ago

fin24.com

Poll: ANC set to dominate national elections

... vote for the ANC, while 14% said they'd back the Democratic Alliance, 9% the Economic Freedom Fighters and 2% the Inkatha Freedom Party.

- fin24.com | 6 months ago

citizen.co.za

Malema says he's heading for 'confrontation', has no patience for 'betrayal'

EFF leader Julius Malema is seen addressing supporters outside the Brooklyn Police Station where he opened a case against Pravin Gordhan, ...

- citizen.co.za | 6 months ago

briefly.co.za

Survey shows ANC still has 61% support from SA voters

The Democratic Alliance has the second most support with 14%, the Economic Freedom Fighters have 9% and the Inkatha Freedom Party have 2%.

- briefly.co.za | 6 months ago

iol.co.za

ANC chaplain Rev Mehana may lose UKZN top job

The commission's spokesperson, Javu Baloyi, said sexist and patriarchal utterances were not new and EFF leader Julius Malema was once fined R50 ...

- iol.co.za | 6 months ago

businesstech.co.za

New poll shows ANC dominating 2019 elections

Based on a 69% turnout, the ANC would end up with 59% of votes cast, the DA 22 percent and the EFF 10 percent, the Johannesburg-based institute ...

- businesstech.co.za | 6 months ago

bloomberg.com

South Africa's Ruling Party Set to Dominate May Vote, Poll Shows

4 last year said they'd vote for the ANC, while 14 percent said they'd back the Democratic Alliance, 9 percent the Economic Freedom Fighters and 2 ...

- bloomberg.com | 6 months ago

mybroadband.co.za

ANC to dominate 2019 elections – Poll

4 showed the ANC had 56 percent backing, the DA 18 percent and the EFF 11 percent. Based on a 69 percent turnout, the ANC would end up with 59 ...

- mybroadband.co.za | 6 months ago

city-press.news24.com

DA voices caution at creation of breakaway parties

The DA believes the formation of new political parties will strengthen the ANC and Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) ahead of this year's general ...

- city-press.news24.com | 6 months ago