It’s touch and go for the Cape Independence Party (CIP) and the KwaZulu-Natal Independence Movement (KZN-I) as they prepare to contest the upcoming general election. 

The parties, both of which are fighting for autonomy for their provinces, are scrambling to gather the requisite number of signatures to be allowed to compete, with KZN-I’s Hamilton Buthelezi telling the FM: “It is very difficult, we are struggling.”..

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