South Africa’s upcoming election on 8 May 2019 is arguably the most anticipated election since 1994. After a decade of poor performance by the ruling African National Congress (ANC), state capture and mismanagement of the country’s state-owned enterprises, South Africa is ready for change.
Will that change come in the form of an endorsement of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s reform, or is the electorate going to further punish the ANC by either abstaining or voting for opposition parties?
South Africa’s future lies in the balance, and what happens in this pivotal election is going to have enormous consequences for the future of the country. This is a must-read insight into what we can expect.
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