As South Africa approaches the 2024 National and Provincial Elections on May 29, the African National Congress (ANC) and the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) are intensifying their campaigns.  
The ANC, led by President Cyril Ramaphosa, is urging voters to support them across all three ballot papers, emphasizing their commitment to service delivery and governance. The EFF, under Julius Malema, is focusing on issues such as unemployment, land reform, and stopping loadshedding, positioning themselves as a viable alternative to the ANC.

Polls suggest the ANC may secure over 50% of the vote, despite internal challenges and criticisms. The EFF is actively engaging with communities, highlighting their plans and commitments if elected. Social media is playing a significant role in disseminating party messages and engaging voters. 
Poll shows ANC could get close to 50% in election. This is seemingly due to the absence of load-shedding and the emergence of veterans in the ANC’s election campaign. 
Think-tank the Social Research Foundation (SRF) shows the governing ANC’s electoral fortunes tracking up every day over the past two weeks, currently sitting at about 45.0%, with two weeks until the national and provincial elections. 

The survey, which has a national margin of error of 4%, is based on a telephonic survey of 1,835 demographically and geographically representative registered voters commissioned by the foundation. 

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