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By  Dan XangazaSunday, February 17, 2019 19:00

Kgoledi Ya Manka Primary pupil Thato Ntsane won the praise poetry category in the Baswa le Meetse competition on Friday.Photo by Dan Xangaza
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PRIMARY school pupils took part in the Baswa le Meetse (Youth in Water) competition on Friday at the Bon Hotel in Bloemfontein.They competed in poetry, praise singing, drama and drawing. Water department spokesman Marcus Monyakeni told Daily Sun: “Competitors were showing the importance of using water properly.” Kgoledi Ya Manka Primaryteacher Lerato Moshoeshoe was proud of grade 6 pupil Thato Ntsane (12), who won the praise poetry category.“We’ll represent the province nationally in June,” she said.

Who do you blame for Eskom’s loadshedding?

Corrupt officials

Poor municipalities who don’t pay

No one, we’re a growing country and this is normal

The ANC-led government

White monopoly capital

Jacob Zuma

Illegal connections

Big business

Poor municipalities who don’t pay
6%

No one, we’re a growing country and this is normal
2%

The ANC-led government
25%

White monopoly capital
4%

When deciding who to vote for, which is the most important plan a party needs to have?

A plan to create jobs

A plan to redistribute land

A plan to fix service delivery

A plan to fix our hospitals and clinics

A plan to destroy corruption

A plan to make us feel safe again

A plan to unite the nation

A plan to fix schools and youth skills devlopment

A plan to create jobs
31%

A plan to redistribute land
9%

A plan to fix service delivery
9%

A plan to fix our hospitals and clinics
4%

A plan to destroy corruption
25%

A plan to make us feel safe again
7%

A plan to unite the nation
9%

A plan to fix schools and youth skills devlopment
6%

Has the evidence of corruption in front of the Zondo Commission changed who you will vote for?

Yes, I’m changing my vote

No, I am not changing my vote

I am waiting for the Commission to finish before I decide

No, the evidence hasn’t been tested in court

Yes, I’m changing my vote
41%

No, I am not changing my vote
33%

I am waiting for the Commission to finish before I decide
15%

No, the evidence hasn’t been tested in court
10%

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