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Final results for Western Cape elections

IEC
25 April 2009

Including seat allocation for the provincial legislature, April 25 2009

Provincial election results - Western Cape

Parties

Votes

Percent

Seats

Percent

AMP

4,333

0.22%

0

0%

ACDP

28,995

1.47%

1

2.38%

ANC

620,918

31.55%

14

33.33%

APC

1,778

0.09%

0

0%

AL JAMAH

9,039

0.46%

0

0%

AZAPO

1,291

0.07%

0

0%

CAPE PARTY

2,552

0.13%

0

0%

CDA

3,987

0.20%

0

0%

COPE

152,356

7.74%

3

7.14%

DA

1,012,568

51.46%

22

52.38%

ID

92,116

4.68%

2

4.76%

IFP

1,158

0.06%

0

0%

NA

1,996

0.10%

0

0%

NDC

463

0.02%

0

0%

NPSA

3,378

0.17%

0

0%

PAC

4,467

0.23%

0

0%

PJC

630

0.03%

0

0%

UCDP

1,552

0.08%

0

0%

UDM

14,013

0.71%

0

0%

UIF

1,178

0.06%

0

0%

UP

599

0.03%

0

0%

FF+

8,384

0.43%

0

0%

Total

1,967,751

100.00%

42

100.00%

Registered voters

2,634,439

 

 

 

Total votes counted

1,987,777

 

 

 

% all voters

75.45%

 

 

 

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COPE
It will be very unwise for the DA to offer a place in the grand alliance to COPE. COPE cannot be trusted -- Zuma will draw them back into the fold sooner rather than later. The leadership of COPE is mainly interested in positions at court, and Zuma is . .more

by Seth Pecksniff on April 26 2009, 10:41
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Clerics in politics
What has happened to all those clerics who abandoned their calling and their flocks to wallow in the mire of politics ? They have fallen between two stools and are now neither fish nor fowl !

by Gobatt on April 28 2009, 11:08
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working together we can do more
A well deserved win for the ANC as they showed persistance throughout their campaign, now we must put aside all the negatives about MR J Zuma and focus on him trying to build the nation working together with us, and other opposing parties must shift their . .more

by songezo sokanyile on April 28 2009, 17:42
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teshnxesi@webmail.co.za
The ANC might have won, I certainly do not celebrate their road to victory, which was and still is characterised of hooliganim, direspect of adults and office of thr presidents, i dont regret a day that i no more support the ANC, the culture is rootten . .more

by Thembi on May 01 2009, 13:57
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Clerics in politics
Gobatt you are asking these questions so late, you should have asked from 1912 when clerics were leding the struggle and even there are still many in the previous and the present government.

by Thembi on May 01 2009, 14:00
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