Johannesburg - Despite all the grandiose plans Black First Land First leader (BLF) Andile Mngxitama and African Content Movement (ACM) leader Hlaudi Motsoeneng had, their dismal performance so far in the 2019 general elections paints a different picture.
While campaigning for the elections Mngxitama had vowed to shake things up in the National Assembly should BLF make it to Parliament.
A confident Mngxitama vowed the BLF would take up the struggle for land, adding that the party was carrying the "hopes and aspirations" of many people on its shoulders.
Motsoeneng, meanwhile, promised to fix South Africa and change people's lives if elected.
The former SABC COO, known as "Mr 90%" for his diktat to the national broadcaster to have 90% of content from local artists, boldly stated during a campaign trail in the North West that he was aiming for nothing other than the presidency and warned President Cyril Ramaphosa that his days as president were numbered.