EDINBURGH — Who are you voting for this year? The small but rapidly growing and ambitious ZACP, fronted by journalists with capitalist intent, or the ANC in the hope that your vote will encourage President Cyril Ramaphosa and team to continue righting the ship? BizNews visitors have shared what they plan to do when they go to the voting stations on May 8 and the results so far make for fascinating reading.
The Democratic Alliance’s Mmusi Maimane has got much work to do if he wants to build support in a traditional DA stronghold, while the Economic Freedom Fighters‘ Julius Malema is the political leader BizNews readers would like to disappear into the dust. – Jackie Cameron By Thulasizwe Sithole As South Africa prepares for national elections on May 8, the first election survey results suggest that Cyril Ramaphosa is in the lead as the country’s first choice for president.
The survey, conducted by BizNews – which has a large audience in urban areas in KwaZulu-Natal, Gauteng and the Western Cape – indicates that the Democratic Alliance’s Mmusi Maimane is not as popular as might be expected.