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Tomorrow, South Africa's voters can determine their local representatives by voting in the 2016 municipal elections.

Many voters see their relationship with municipal politicians in pragmatic terms; do I have water, roadworks, access to transport and public services?

For instance, Giyani resident Surprise Rangane praised the African National Congress (ANC) for bringing better amenities to his area.

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