Despite party political campaigning, and only weeks to go before elections, callers express indecision about who to vote for on 8 May.
Some callers remain hardline ANC supporters.
We have to vote for the ANC, I don't think there any other option. Cyril does need this mandate.— Tshepo, Caller
Others seem ambivalent about voting at all.
My daughter said she is not voting. I want to spoil my ballot paper.— Marlene, Caller
Caller Kiernan says while he is coloured he does not want that to influence his vote.
I don't want to vote for people who are corrupt. I don't want to vote for a specifically coloured party.— Kiernan, Caller
@Eusebius your question about alternatives to western democracy is interesting, it deserves a dedicated show.I think perhaps a model that speaks to African indigenous systems especially in removing term limits.Western democracies can be problematic in term limits. #702openline— Koketso Moloko (@porklady) April 10, 2019
#702openline - @Eusebius- If it was not for opposition parties like EFF & DA, the scandal of Nkandla and state capture would have been buried through paliamentary portfolio committees' reports. That's a reason for me to vote the opposition to hold those in power accountable.— Siya Kheka (@Siyakheka3) April 10, 2019
@Eusebius it is unfortunate that we live in a country we voting is more about loyalty than who is making sense...Much as there are people voting for party X out of loyalty,there people doing the same for party Z... #702openline— Mkhacani wo SUNGULA. (@MkhacaniSnr) April 10, 2019
Listen to what their callers had to say...