Not quite the voting hours as promised by the IEC, but we cast our crosses in under five minutes at the consulate in Lubumbashi, DRC. Only about 20 were down to vote - plenty of Saffers here but widely spread in remote areas and it's hard to get into town to vote. Roll on e-voting.
Super-lubed in Lubumbashi
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Your 2014 Election Summary
Smaller parties, notably, took a beating. AGANG never made it to the start and COPE became a footnote. The IFP's support was halved, a prime reason being the NFP (IFP rebels), entering the KZN political arena.