Why you need to vote in 2014

There is some confusion about what exactly South Africans will be voting for in 2014. Some believe that the 2014 election will give the DA the opportunity to take over the Kouga and save the ailing  Municipality.

Unfortunately the next local government elections will only take place in 2016, which is when the DA will do everything possible to win the Kouga.

Next year is all about national and provincial government elections. South Africans will have the opportunity to vote for who they believe should be running South Africa as well as who should govern in the various provinces.

As the DA has proved in the Western Cape, things can happen efficiently and effectively in South Africa.

There is every chance the DA will be voted into government in Gauteng as well next year.

The goal in the Eastern Cape is to become the official opposition in Bhisho with the aim of taking the province in the 2019 national and provincial elections.

Make sure you are registered to vote as you do have a voice in how South Africa and your province is managed. Don’t sit on the sidelines and thereby squander your opportunity to make a difference,

Councillor Danny Benson has organised for the IEC to be at the Pellsus Community Hall from 9 am on Friday morning for all residents of Jeffreys Bay to register to vote.

He can be contacted on 073 766 4816 for more information.

Vote DA and save South Africa!!

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One Response to “Why you need to vote in 2014”

  1. Alet Says:

    Is there not a cell phone number we can “sms” to confirm if you are registered or not?

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