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Witness deputy editor Nokuthula Ntuli.
Witness deputy editor Nokuthula Ntuli.

OUR VIEWPOINT

The Bill of Rights might not have access to electricity as one of the human rights for this country but maybe it should so that government can make it a priority, even for informal settlements.

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Former liberation struggle ex-combatants from Pietermaritzburg on Wednesday staged a protest outside the ANC Johannesburg headquarters where they demanded benefits to the tune of R2,2 million each. Do you think they should be entitled to this amount?
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Yes
8% - 32 votes
No
79% - 318 votes
A lesser amount perhaps, but not so much
13% - 51 votes
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