Africa

Small Parties Risk Big Money to Compete in S. Africa Electionsi
X
Emilie Iob
May 05, 2014 8:25 PM
They don't have the money or the influence of the African National Congress, but a number of small parties in South Africa are hoping to have impact on policy by winning a few seats in parliament in the May 7th elections. In the final stretch, these parties are betting all their funding on the race. Emilie Iob reports from Johannesburg.

Small Parties Risk Big Money to Compete in S. Africa Elections

Published May 05, 2014

They don't have the money or the influence of the African National Congress, but a number of small parties in South Africa are hoping to have impact on policy by winning a few seats in parliament in the May 7th elections. In the final stretch, these parties are betting all their funding on the race. Emilie Iob reports from Johannesburg.


You May Like

Disappointing Report on China's Economy Shakes Markets

In London and New York shares lost 3 percent, while Paris and Germany dropped around 2.4 percent More

DRC Tries Mega-Farms to Feed Population

Park at Boukanga Lonzo currently has 5,000 hectares under cultivation, crops stretching as far as eye can see, and is start of ambitious large-scale agriculture plan More

Video War, Drought Threaten Iraq's Marshlands

Areas are spawning ground for Gulf fisheries, a resting place for migrating wildfowl, source of livelihood for fishermen and herders who have called the marshes home for generations More

This forum has been closed.
Comments
     
There are no comments in this forum. Be first and add one