S.Africa’s political parties’ youth debate

S.Africa’s political parties’ youth debate

In less than a week, South Africans will go to the polls in the country’s fifth election since it’s democracy in 1994. South Africa has one of the youngest populations in the world and it’s been accepted that this election will be won by the youth vote. CNBC Africa invited youth representatives from the various political parties to discuss policies pertaining to young people of South Africa and joined by, Mawethu Rune, National Head of the ANCYL Organising Committee; Rori Tshabalala, Youth Forum Convenor for AGANG SA; Timothy Mngomezulu, Provincial Leader of COPE Youth; Mbuyiseni Ndlozi, National Spokesperson for the Economic Freedom Fighters and Bongani Baloyi, Mayor of Midvaal representing the DA.