Have you decided which party you will be voting for?
You have less than 24 hours to make up your mind.
I've finally decided who I am going to vote for.— Eusebius McKaiser, Presenter
But all he is willing to reveal is that he isn't splitting his vote.
Callers on the open line voiced out how they haven't made up their minds.
I predict that tomorrow South Africa will experience one of the worst outbreaks of Alzheimer's disease ever. Around 20 million people will forget everything about the past 25 years.— Louis, Caller
With the DA, Mashaba, Maimane and Msimang give me that good feeling. When Mazzone interrogates everybody it's great. She gives us that sense of accountability. Then she goes on and talks about how hard her father works and not appreciate white privilege; that is a mess-up.— Wayne, Caller
Xolani says he is happy he didn't vote for the ANC when he voted during the special vote.
I am so glad I didn't vote for the ANC. I went there an told myself I don't want anything to do with Ace Magashule.— Xolani, Caller
@Eusebius I don't think it's Alzheimers, it's a real voters dilemma.— King Sbu (@SbuIsKing) May 7, 2019
It would be easy to say voters simply forget the shortcomings of the ANC but a lot comes to mind when voting.
The past is important but so are questions about who seems less corruptible. #702openline pic.twitter.com/1hHo9EFO7S