The third post looking at the EFF in Gauteng. This one focuses on the EFF’s chances in Ekurhuleni.
This post looks at the EFF’s current and potential success in the City of Johannesburg metro
Here’s a review of the EFF’s support in Gauteng, based on the 2014 election results, with some predictions about the 2016 municipal elections
The tables below summarise the results of the 26 November by-elections. Most of the wards were retained by the incumbent parties, although the ANC and the NFP lost a ward each:
by Paul Berkowitz and Wayne Sussman The tables below summarise the state of the 31 wards contested on Wednesday. Remember that there are also 6 PR seats (3 in Inkwanca and 3 in Mooi Mpofana) and 16 district council seats in Ngaka Modiri Molewa that are up for grabs:
The by-elections on Wednesday 26 November are set to be the biggest since the 2011 municipal elections, and possibly the biggest in South Africa’s election history. There are a stonking 31 wards up for election, although five wards will be uncontested.
Hasn’t this election build-up been fun? Don’t you want the good times to keep rolling? Why not keep playing the democracy game after Wednesday?
This article first appeared in Business Day BDLive on 15 August 2014 BY PAUL BERKOWITZ & WAYNE SUSSMAN IN ONE of the busiest rounds of by-elections since the 2011 municipal elections, South Africans took to the polls in 22 wards on Thursday. The African National Congress (ANC) enjoyed its day out, winning a ward from […]