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Watch the full interview here; https://www.enca.com/videos/international-community-keeping-keen-eye-sa-elections

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The Human Sciences Research Council is urging registered voters to make their mark this Election Day on Wednesday. It will also be conducting an Election Satisfaction Survey at select stations countrywide to gauge insights from voters. HSRC researcher Ngqapheli Mchunu discussed this with eNCA. Watch the full interview: https://www.enca.com/opinion/2024-elections-hsrc-urges-south-africans-vote

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The University of Fort Hare's GBV Prevention Unit has questioned the effectiveness of the National Council on GBV and Femicide Bill. President Cyril Ramaphosa signed the measure on Friday. He says the bill aims to strategically lead and coordinate the fight against gender-based violence and femicide, particularly against women and children. Nonhlanhla Sibanda-Moyo, from the unit, discussed this with eNCA. Watch the full interview: https://www.enca.com/opinion/gbv-epidemic-new-bill-wont-eradicate-gbv-overnight

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The University of Cape Town has announced that Professor Mosa Moshabela will be the university’s new vice-chancellor. He’s currently the deputy vice-chancellor for research and innovation at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Moshabela takes over from Professor Dayanand Reddy who has been acting as vice-Chancellor since the departure of Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng in March last year. An independent panel released a report in November condemning her leadership saying that to conclude that the behaviour of her and the UCT Council Chair amounted to a governance failure would be an understatement. Professor Mosa Moshabela will take up the post on 1 October and he spoke with eNCA. Watch the full interview: https://www.enca.com/news/university-cape-town-moshabela-set-take-reins-october

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eNCA's Nobesuthu Hejana reports. Courtesy #DStv403

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As the country gears up for the 29 May polls, the Women's Election Mechanism for Peace has expressed concern over attempts to undermine the Independent Electoral Commission's integrity. This comes after footage surfaced showing the commission's absence of pens at voting sites and accusations of 'vote-rigging' in KwaZulu-Natal's eThekwini municipality. The CEO of the Desmond Tutu Foundation, Janet Jobson discussed this with eNCA. Watch the full interview: https://www.enca.com/opinion/2024-elections-videos-and-messages-circulating-over-iec-credibility

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Housing policies are a central issue for many voters, especially young people entering the property market. The decisions made at the polls will significantly affect the affordability and availability of housing, and urban development initiatives. Young voters have an opportunity to shape these policies by critically evaluating candidates' stances and voting accordingly. Property educator Khali Masooane discussed this with eNCA. Watch the full interview: https://www.enca.com/opinion/2024-elections-young-voters-have-opportunity-shape-housing-policy

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The digital era is a mixed blessing when it comes to elections. Politicians have embraced digital and social media as powerful tools for campaigning. But at the same time, there are potential cyber threats that could compromise the data of private and public organisations involved in the election process. Brian Pinnock, from Mimecast South Africa, discussed cyber safety with eNCA. Watch the full interview: https://www.enca.com/business/2024-elections-protecting-african-elections-cyber-threats

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As the country heads towards what's been dubbed the most highly contested elections since 1994, opposition parties have taken the spotlight. According to Wits School of Governance professor, William Gumede, the role of opposition parties is critical in determining the level of accountability of governing parties and governments. He discussed this with eNCA. Watch the full interview: https://www.enca.com/videos/2024-elections-making-difference-your-vote

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The country's agribusiness sector is worried about of this week's elections and the outcome. The industry is concerned about policy uncertainty over land expropriation, bulk water infrastructure and modifications, as well as labour reforms. Industry executives are calling on the government to implement clear and solid policies. Theo Boshoff, CEO of the Agricultural Business Chamber spoke with eNCA. Watch the full interview: https://www.enca.com/videos/2024-elections-agri-business-raises-concerns

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Some of the major political parties have wrapped up their election campaigns, with final rallies over the weekend. On Monday and Tuesday, special voting takes place, before the main elections on Wednesday. FULL CROSSING HERE: https://www.enca.com/videos/watch-special-voting-takes-place-across-country

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Four NSFAS service providers have been at the centre of a payment debacle. Now NSFAS administrator, Freeman Nomvalo, says the scheme has initiated a process to terminate their contracts. More details on eNCA.com and #DStv403 #QuestionThinkVote

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We are just days away from the 29 May general elections. Bhekisisa looks at how some political parties will bring good healthcare to everyone.

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Ajay Gupta will spend the next two weeks in an Indian prison. He is the eldest of the three Gupta brothers who settled in South Africa and enjoyed close relationships with former president Jacob Zuma.

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Olive oil prices are set to reach new heights in the coming months with consumers expected to pay up to three-hundred rand a litre for the liquid gold.#Newslink #DStv403 #QuestionThinkVote

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South Africa is increasingly becoming reliant on seaborne trade. But it's a risky business and companies are being encouraged to take up marine insurance. #Newslink #DStv403 #QuestionThinkVote

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Millions of South Africans are set to vote on Wednesday, in crucial provincial and national elections. #Newslink #DStv403 #QuestionThinkVote

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The election is South Africa’s most important since 1994. These elections could see the ruling African National Congress fail to clinch a majority for the first time in 30 years. FULL INTERVIEW HERE: https://www.enca.com/top-stories-videos/discussion-2024-elections-special-voting-monday-and-tuesday

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Controversy and infighting within the new MK party have boosted the party's election campaign. That's the view of political analyst, Sanet Madonsela-Solomon. Speaking on the eNCA elections show, The Critical Choice earlier, Madonsela-Solomon says MK has used all the media coverage to garner support. eNCA's election poll projects that the party will become the country's third-biggest opposition after Wednesday's elections. For the full show: https://www.enca.com/top-stories/road-elections-26-may-2024

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The Independent Electoral Commission has dismissed MK Party allegations of vote rigging in KwaZulu-Natal. It's also condemned threats made against its officials. IEC Deputy Chief Electoral Officer, Masego Sheburi, says police are involved in the matter and an update will be given at a later stage. #enca #dstv403 For more news: https://www.enca.com/

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