It contains a selection of titles on elections in South Africa from the library's online catalogue , including monographs, articles, and chapters from edited works, published since Each title links directly to the corresponding record in the online catalogue , which provides a more detailed description of all titles as well as abstracts of many articles and edited works. The dossier starts with an introduction to South African elections since the end of apartheid and concludes with a selection of links to relevant web sites. For further information, please email us at asclibrary ascleiden.
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It contains a selection of titles on elections in South Africa from the library's online catalogue , including monographs, articles, and chapters from edited works, published since Each title links directly to the corresponding record in the online catalogue , which provides a more detailed description of all titles as well as abstracts of many articles and edited works.
The dossier starts with an introduction to South African elections since the end of apartheid and concludes with a selection of links to relevant web sites. For further information, please email us at asclibrary ascleiden. The South African general election will be held on 7 May , to elect a new National Assembly as well as new provincial legislatures in each province. It will be the fifth election held under conditions of universal adult suffrage since the end of the apartheid era in The National Assembly consists of members, of whom are elected from national party lists, the other from provincial party lists in each of the nine provinces.
After four years of protracted negotiations, the first democratic elections were held on April , The ANC won the election with It won seven out of the nine provincial elections but had to concede executive majorities to the National Party in the Western Cape and to the Inkatha Freedom Party in Kwazulu-Natal. Altogether, more than In May , the Constitutional Assembly — joint sittings of the National Assembly and the Senate — adopted a definitive constitution.
Except for the replacement of the Senate with the National Council of Provinces, the Constitution retained the government institutions established by the interim constitution. The second general elections were held in June This time the franchise was confined to citizens and restricted to those in possession of current identity documents.
The ANC won a landslide victory of President Mbeki led the ANC to a third landslide victory in the general elections of April 14, , increasing its support to At the provincial level the ANC for the first time governed in all nine provinces.
Given the political hegemony of the ANC, the political system in South Africa has evolved into a dominant party system. However, recently the context of party politics and electoral contestation ahead of the elections has changed. In the elections, 28 parties contested seats for the National Assembly. Eleven of them also contested for all nine Provincial Legislatures. Fourteen parties contested the elections for the National Assembly and one or more of the Provincial Legislatures, while three parties contested the elections for the National Assembly only.
Congress of the People manifesto. DA manifesto election : together for change, together for jobs. EFF elections manifesto : now is the time for economic freedom.
Fulfilling the promise of the liberation struggle : the manifesto. Manifes van die VF Plus vir die verkiesing. Together we move South Africa forward : election manifesto : a better life for all.
UDM manifesto Reynolds ed. Martin's Press, Hegemonism, dominance or weak opposition? African Studies Association, The South African election of June Sisk and Andrew Reynolds, ed. Anglin In: African Affairs: , vol. Transitions to democracy? Spence In: The World Today: , vol. Wood In: Politikon: , vol. Napier In: Politeia: , vol.
Of no account? Floor crossing and nascent democracies : a neglected aspect of electoral systems? Should prisoners have a right to vote? Anne Pitcher. Ten years of democratic local government elections in South Africa : is the tide turning?
Russon In: Journal of African Elections: , vol. Jarstad In: Africa Spectrum: , vol. African National Congress change in leadership : what really won it for Zuma? Ninsin, Hala G. Steyn Kotze In: Politeia: , vol. Froneman In: Critical Arts: , vol.
Britton In: Africa Today: , vol. Johnson In: African Affairs: , vol. The ASC is not responsible for the content of external internet sites. A democratising South Africa?
Greben et al. In: South African Journal of Science, vol. Has a country profile South Africa with information on the elections, an election archive, and legal and general information. Its immediate task is the impartial management of free and fair elections at all levels of government. Site contains laws and regulations, registration and voting information, election results since , political parties, IEC processes, and publications. Elections Election pages of the South African site News Jump to Navigation.
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South African Elections 2014
On the occasion of the fifth free and democratic elections since the end of apartheid, Eventually, On election day the KAS office in Johannesburg sent its own observer mission to a couple of voting stations in and around Johannesburg. You will find all relevant information of KAS and further reading to the General Election from 7 May on this page. ANC siegt deutlich, aber mit Stimmverlusten. DDP Report on political dialogues. What will be wages of sins of incumbency?
Mangosuthu Buthelezi founded the party in and led it until In , the party issued an official statement, penned by MP, Narend Singh, stating that the time had come to discuss the possibility of reinstating the death penalty in South Africa. Because of Buthelezi's former position in the African National Congress , the two organisations were initially very close and each supported the other in the anti-apartheid struggle. As a Homeland leader, the power of Buthelezi depended on the South African state and economy. With anti-apartheid leaders inside South Africa and abroad demanding sanctions, Buthelezi came to be regarded more and more as a government puppet, along with other Bantustan leaders.
Inkatha Freedom Party