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KIMBERLEY, SOUTH AFRICA ? 18 May 2011: Residents of the Platfontein community of the !Xhu and Khwe stand in long queues at a voting station in Kimberley, South Africa, on 18 May 2011 to cast their votes in the municipal elections. IEC official had to assist as communication proved to be a problem. (Photo by Gallo Images/Foto24/Emile Hendricks)
KIMBERLEY, SOUTH AFRICA ? 18 May 2011: Residents of the Platfontein community of the !Xhu and Khwe stand in long queues at a voting station in Kimberley, South Africa, on 18 May 2011 to cast their votes in the municipal elections. IEC official had to assist as communication proved to be a problem. (Photo by Gallo Images/Foto24/Emile Hendricks)

In the build-up to municipal elections in KwaZulu-Natal, Witness deputy editor Nokuthula Ntuli sat down with political editor Clive Ndou to talk over the backdrop against which the polls will take place. How do the political parties shape up and how do we decide who to vote for? Take a listen.

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