Too risky to vote?

Moseneke recommends poll be moved from October to February citing Covid-19 concerns


The October 27 municipal elections will likely be postponed following a warning by  former deputy chief justice Dikgang Moseneke that going to the polls  would fly in the face of the government’s Covid-19 mitigation efforts.

Moseneke, roped in by the IEC to investigate whether free and fair elections were possible while SA was still battling Covid-19, has recommended the polls be postponed to February. ..

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