Nine candidates battle it out for Ward 7

Ward 7 residents in Finetown, Ennerdale and Meriting will head to the polls tomorrow, Wednesday, 28 June, to elect a new councillor. The seat became vacant when former ANC Councillor, Amelia Zama, resigned.

The candidates are as follows:

  • Amelia Ann Naude – Independent
  • Luvuyo Kamba – ActionSA
  • Sipho Maxin Lukhele – African National Congress (ANC)
  • Mxolisi Vuma – Al Jama-Ah (ALJAMA)
  • Theophilus Emanuel Louw – Amalgamated Rainbow Movement
  • Thabiso Godfrey Thuputlela – Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF);
  • Royston Wynston Williams – Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP)
  • Lois Cathleen Simonse – Patriotic Alliance (PA).

The Democratic Alliance (DA) is not represented after its candidate, Randell Markgraaff withdrew from the contest.

Voting will take place at the following centres from 7am – 9pm:

  • Ennerdale Evangelic Church –  Cnr Mica & Minnette  Ennerdale Ext 10 
  • Mid Ennerdale Primary School – 335 Charles  Mid Ennerdale 
  • Fred Norman Secondary School – Cnr Neptune & Poseidon  Ennerdale Ext
  • Finetown Primary School – 2598 Fine Str  Grasmere  Johannesburg
  • Buyani Primary School – 2022 Central Street  Finetown 
  • Tent (Finetown Near Stand No. 3104) – Stand No. 3104  Finetown Informal Settlement
  • Finetown Assembly Of God – Beatrice Street  Finetown  Ennerdale
  • Ennerdale Ext 1 Community  Hall – 1376 Achilles Crescent  Ennerdale Ext 1 
  • Winnie Mabaso Foundation – Mabaso Creche  Finetown North Meriting

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  • June 27, 2023 at 1:54 pm
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    This is a big relief because cable theft and water meter theft is very rife in Ennerdale. CCTV will make life easier and to absorb the existing patrollers and adding more patroller on the ground will be a huge help with crime in in Finetown and Ennerdale

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