SA’s-2014 fifth general elections

South African’s residents across came out in numbers on Wednesday morning to cast out their votes, for the South African fifth general election since decolonization. The gates opened at 07: 00am for the 2014 general elections.

According to Independent Electoral Commission the voting station in Honeydwe Zandspruid opened at exactly 07: 00am, which showed a very good response.

Only 46th parties have qualified for the 2014 election, 25 for National and the remaining half for Provincial.

Asanda Maluleke a resident of (Ward 114) Zandspruid. I hope may cross will change my life and the fellow South African’s. With my cross I strongly believe that thing from now-on will be different and government will deliver services to people, and provides them with job’s to turn our country a better place, She said.

Maureen Synamaann (ward 114) Honeydwe councillor, we expected more than 7, 000 people to cast their votes but so far we have only the half of amount voted, she said.

Synamaann said, I don’t think voters are on their duties today it’s an unethical, because government urged the employers to allow employees time off to vote at their voting stations. Government will not allow individuals to disrupt the nation’s fifth democratic elections, Passionate Synamaann said.

Boitumelo Malepe

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