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2024 elections

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Oshiwambo

Paul Kagame  audaneka taka twikila nokuyambulapo oshilongo shaye.

Ocommisi yomahoololo moRwanda onghela Oya shiivifa omupresidet Paul Kagame  ahoolululwa noku findana nee99.18% . Olopota yopambelewa yapitifwa onghela ko commisi yomahoololo moshilongo osho oyati olopota oya ulika ee 98% dovahoololi ovo vali vaka hoolola nosha yandja omito opo Kagame atwikile noshikako oshi 4 shoku kwatela komesho oshilongo osho. Kagame ota kulopotwa akala noku findana nee % didulife po  93 okudja momahoololo aningwa moshilongo osho lwoikando yopatatu paife. Kagame ota hokololwa […]

todayJuly 19, 2024 6

South Africa

South Africa’s 400 parliamentarians are about to get down to business: 4 essential reads

      By Caroline Southey, The Conversation; Jabulani Sikhakhane, The Conversation, and Thabo Leshilo, The Conversation     On 29 May 2024 South Africans went to the polls and delivered a strong message to their political leaders: we’re tired of the “same old same old”. They slashed the governing African National Congress’s share of the vote to just over 40%. And put their crosses next to a host of […]

todayJuly 17, 2024 6

Oshiwambo

Omupresident Dr Nangolo Mbumba, ashakena novambelewa vo ECN peumbo lepangelo

Omupresident Dr Nangolo Mbumba onghela okwali akatalelewapo kosheendo shovanambelewa vopombada vo Commisi yomahoololo moshilongo ECN. Osheendo shovanambelewa va  (ECN), okwa lopotwa shali sha kwatelwa komesho komunashipundi welelo lo ECN Dr. Elsie Nghikembwa. Pefimbo leshakeno lovanambelewa nomutwe woshilongo,  otaku lopotwa velikunda kombinga youpayakadi wokweenda kashona wadidilikwa peenele doku lishangifila oukalata vomahoololo  oshoyo kombinga yonghalo yomalishangifo oyo ili metifa pefimbo eli moshilongo. Ovakufimbinga moshongalele okwa lopotwa vatwa kumwe opo ova Namibia aveshe […]

todayJuly 17, 2024 12

World

European elections kick off

    Voting is underway in European elections with far-right parties expected to make some major gains. More than 370 million people across 27 European countries are eligible to take part in elections that will wrap up on Sunday.   William Denselow reports from Brussels:

todayJune 6, 2024 12

South Africa

South African voters shifted support in 2024 but that’s nothing new – surveys after previous elections showed party loyalty was fluid

      By Carin Runciman, The University of Edinburgh and Marcel Paret, University of Utah   To the casual observer, the outcome of South Africa’s 2024 national and provincial elections, which herald a new era of national coalition governance, may appear to represent new electoral trends. But that is not the case. While the shift in voting patterns is certainly the largest the country has seen since democratic elections […]

todayJune 6, 2024 11

Opinion Pieces

South African elections: research explores how disillusioned ANC supporters might use their vote

      By Michael Braun, University of the Witwatersrand   The African National Congress (ANC) has been in power since South Africa became a democracy in 1994. The party has been electorally dominant since then, reaching a peak of 69.7% of national votes in 2004. However, support for the party has declined sharply since the 2014 national and provincial elections, reaching a low of 57.5% in 2019. Negative attitudes […]

todayMay 7, 2024 19

Namibia

Electoral Commission allocates N$269 million for November elections

The Electoral Commission of Namibia has set aside N$269 million for the upcoming November elections. The allocation according to the Brief,  focuses on the General Registration of Voters and the 2024 Presidential and National Assembly elections, with N$3.5 million reserved for potential by-elections. The funds are also aimed at ensuring the participation of voters in the electoral process. Meanwhile, the ECN unveiled the official timetable for the 2024 elections last […]

todayApril 9, 2024 20

Opinion Pieces

More than 4 billion people are eligible to vote in an election in 2024. Is this democracy’s biggest test?

Shutterstock Nicholas Reece, The University of Melbourne 2024 is going to be democracy’s biggest year ever. In a remarkable milestone in human history, over four billion people – more than half of the world’s population across more than 40 countries – will go to the polls. National elections will be held in the United States, India, Indonesia, Russia, the United Kingdom, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Taiwan, Mexico, and South Africa to name […]

todayJanuary 15, 2024 7

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