My daughter said she is not voting, I want to spoil my ballot paper says caller

Despite party political campaigning, and only weeks to go before elections, callers express indecision about who to vote for on 8 May.

Some callers remain hardline ANC supporters.

We have to vote for the ANC, I don't think there any other option. Cyril does need this mandate.

Tshepo, Caller

Others seem ambivalent about voting at all.

My daughter said she is not voting. I want to spoil my ballot paper.

Marlene, Caller

Caller Kiernan says while he is coloured he does not want that to influence his vote.

I don't want to vote for people who are corrupt. I don't want to vote for a specifically coloured party.

Kiernan, Caller

Listen to what their callers had to say...


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