I don’t know much about Agang, I just know it’s a new political party. I think the ANC has done a good job so far but they need a new [political] party that can do something different from what the ANC has done. I read something on twitter about Agang and I would vote for them. I think they are using a different approach than the ANC. Kedibane Khuzwayo, BPharm, 2yr
No, because there’s an agenda behind everything. Like the ANC, they have a hidden agenda. You promise to give people what they need but you don’t give it. We need jobs, security, resources like water. What about feasibility?
Albert Mtembo, BEd, 4th Year
I feel so uninformed, I don’t know enough about her. Agang is a weird name for a party, it sounds like a children’s home. I heard she’s recruiting in Limpopo. I would actually vote for her because she’s very rich. She comes from a background where her family makes a lot of money so she would know how to run a country. She looks honest because she’s a woman. Zoya-Assatta Cekwana, BEd 1st Year
I am not registered to vote, either way the ANC comes out on top. I don’t think my vote will make a difference. What percentage of the vote do you think Agang is going to get? The DA hasn’t convinced me to vote for them. They are always pointing fingers at the ANC, it’s not a good strategy. Brian Kulubya, BSc Electrical, 2nd Year
I know she’s an African female leader. I am a person who liked the ANC because of my parents. But as an individual who grew up in a democratic country, I am not for ANC. I would vote for her because the ANC is corrupt. Gontse Busakwe, BEd, 1st Year
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