Tuesday , June 15 2021

"If you want a job, you have to register to vote"



Prosecutor Leader Mmusi Maimane says young people suffer the highest levels of unemployment in the country, so they have to register to vote.

Prosecutor Leader Mmusi Maimane escorted Eastridge resident Sharon Lee Williams, who graduated from Chrysalis Academy, to a voting place to register for a vote today. Photograph: Kaylynn Palm / EWN.

CAPE TOWN – The Democratic Alliance (DA) today was in Mitchell's plane to encourage young people to register for a vote before the general elections in May.

Prosecutor Leader Mmusi Maimane escorted Eastridge resident Sharon Lee Williams, who graduated from Chrysalis Academy, to a voting place to register for a vote today.

This morning, Makine and OIK on the West Cape passed through the bustling Mitchell city center.

Some buyers and merchants were surprised by his presence and chanted the party's name while others seemed uninterested.

Maimane says that young people suffer from the highest levels of unemployment in the country, so they have to register to vote.

"If you want a job, you have to register to vote."

Earlier today, former mayor Patricia de Lille accused the DC in a tweed that she used her name to gain support. Mommyne says he's not sure what he's talking about.

"I'm focusing on what the prosecution is doing, building a party for all South Africans. There will be many voices from Hawthorne Motsowenen to Patricia de Lille.

"Voting gives young people a voice"

Eighteen-year-old Sharon Williams is at the Chrysalis Academy for three months, where he has mastered the skills of life and physical development.

Williams, who today registers as a voter, says it is important for young people to vote as they give them a voice.

"If I do not vote, my vote will fall to any place where I do not want to go."


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