South Africans should vote for the values they believe in says Pieter Mulder
By Khanyisa Tabata
15 May 2011
Freedom Front Plus leader Pieter Mulder said South Africans should vote for the values they believe in.
Mulder reminded supporters that with the proportional electoral system, one does not only have to vote against the ANC, one can also vote in favour of something.
Citing service delivery problems, corruption and what he called “the divisive comments” of Julius Malema and Jimmy Manyi, Mulder said it was in the country's interest to vote against the ANC.
Meanwhile, the ANC says around 100-thousand people are being bussed in to Johannesburg’s FNB stadium for what it calls its “traditional victory rally, Siyanqoba,” - even before Wednesday’s polls.
Today’s festivities will be beamed to provincial rallies in Cape Town, Mangaung and Pietermaritzburg. President Jacob Zuma will deliver the key-note address, despite a bout of flu.