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The weekend before the municipal elections I spent half an hour in an Uber taxi chatting about politics and who the driver and I were going to vote for.

My interlocutor explained that while he hails from the rural areas of Mpumalanga, he lives in Johannesburg now with his family, and that as a city dweller he feels he owes no allegiances to any particular political party. He would choose the one that might make a difference by providing good services and growing the economy of the city we live in...

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