Marshall Dlamini EFF Member of Parliament at South African National Elections Durban 2019

The day has come, Wednesday 8 May 2019 twenty five years post democracy declaration through a non-segregate voting system South Africans are today able to freely speak at the polls by marking × symbol against their preference.

In 1994 black South Africans for the first time lead by Nelson Mandela, Langalibalele Dube and other struggle icons marked the beginning of a new dawn whose light shunned the former deprivation of political, economic and social seclusion subjected to black South Africans through the stiff, flinty weaked and unyielding hand of its oppressors. Today in the crack of dawn 26.7 million voters and over 50 million of South Africans in Kwazulu-Natal (KZN) cue around stations within the province managed by more than thousand officials opening at 7am till 9am.

Lamontville, Dakonia Avenue and Ohlange High School are where we tracked some of the country’s masses.

Wednesday 08 May 2019 20:45 GMT[CWSN] Kesia Qulu

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