[MUST LISTEN] #Elections2019 – Political parties tell you why you should vote for them

[MUST LISTEN] #Elections2019 – Political parties tell you why you should vote for them

Jacaranda FM News spoke to the various political parties represented in the National Assembly – giving each party up to 120 seconds to tell potential voters why they should vote for them.

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South Africans are heading to the polls on May 8.


The Jacaranda FM News team spoke to parties represented in the National Assembly to explain why citizens should draw their mark on the ballot paper in favour of the party.


Cope’s presidential candidate Mosiuoa Lekota says voting for the party will ensure the country is returned to the constitutional road.


The DA's Solly Malatsi says they want to create one South Africa for all because the country belongs to everyone who lives in it.

EFF leader Julius Malema has urged voters to draw the mark next to his name to ensure that land expropriation without compensation becomes a reality.

The Inkatha Freedom Party's spokesperson Mkhuleko Hlengwa says their aim is to create jobs for the 10 million unemployed South African youths.

UDM leader Bantu Holomisa says his party will intensify the fight against corruprion.

The ACDP’s president Kenneth Mesho believes the time for a godly government has come.

The African Independent Congress’ president Mandlenkosi Gallo says if his party is voted into power it will do away with provinces.

Freedom Front Plus leader Pieter Groenewald urged citizens to vote for the party to ensure Afrikaans doesn’t become extinct.

The National Freedom Party’s treasurer Shaik Emam believes the relationship between party and state must be clarified.

The Pan Africanist Congress of Azania’s president Narius Molto believes land is fundamental to the economic and social development.

The ANC's Dakota Legoete says it will continue its fight for a non-sexist and racial country.

 The African Peoples Convention's President Nelson Godi has vowed to put the interests of South Africans above that of the party.

Jacaranda FM News could not reach Agang South Africa for comment on their election manifesto.

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