DURBAN - On 8 May South Africans will again get the chance to exercise their democratic right and vote for the country’s leadership.
As long as you’re registered, you get to go to your polling station and have your say. Right? Well, as any South African will tell you, things are a little more challenging than that.
For example, deciding who to vote for is proving complicated.
South Africans have been asking Google ‘who to vote for in SA elections 2019’ every week for the past six. Other trending questions on Google Search in the run-up to voting day include ‘where to vote for elections’ and ‘who will win the 2019 elections?’
While Google search can’t tell South Africans who to vote for, it can help them find the party manifestos online as well as YouTube videos of the various leaders in action, which may serve to narrow it down a bit.