Make your Mark: do you know what you are voting for?

On 3 August, millions of voters will exercise their right to vote and decide who controls South Africa’s 257 municipalities. The stakes are high because municipalities deal with basic services and parties are competing for control of powerful cities, such as Johannesburg, Cape Town and eThekwini.

At the same time, local elections are complicated. Most voters will have three votes to cast, there are wards, party lists, independents, local councils, district councils, metropolitan councils etc.

This clip explains the elections in 3 minutes.It can be used by anyone who is educating voters about the upcoming elections.

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