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Everywhere I go I hear people talking about the elections. But there is one thing I don't understand: What are we voting for?
Some will say we vote for a change. But I reckon we vote for people to make them rich.
On election day we vote for a party that we think will bring changes to the lives of South Africans.
But it seems change occurs only for certain people who live in certain places.
What's the difference between a voter in Limpopo and one in Gauteng?
We are all going to put an X on a ballot paper, but when coming to service delivery, we differ.
Whoever will be elected the next president of South Africa, please bear in mind that people in rural areas also deserve a better life.
Botlokwa also demands clean water, street lights and roads.
Makroty Sokana, Botlokwa