How Politically Aweh covered South Africa’s elections

South Africa decides, but where are all the young people?

JAMLAB Contributor
May 15, 2019 · 2 min read
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Political journalist Lester Kiewit, Politically Aweh host, Zipho Majova, and Thuli Madonsela’s M-Plan ambassadors, Thembalethu Seyisi and Hlonelwa Lutuli. Picture: Provided
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Registered voters according to the IEC website on Wednesday, May 8 2019. Picture: IEC Website

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