On 27 July 2016 Democracy Works Foundation will host its third Political Cafe in Braamfontein at The Bannister Hotel, Johannesburg.
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2016 MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS – HOW CAN WE, THE PEOPLE HOLD POLITICAL PARTIES ACCOUNTABLE, AND DO WE?
South Africans appear to keep voting for political parties as if they are football teams – you remain loyal to your team despite the outcome.
Are our current political parties and leadership still relevant to voters and how can we ensure that they are held accountable and effect meaningful change in delivering democracy at a local level?
Join Nompumelelo Runji (independent analyst and author) in conversation with Ebrahim Fakir (Manager, Governance Institutions and Processes – EISA), Susan Booysen (Professor, Wits School of Governance) and Natasha Marrian (Political Editor – Business Day).
DATE: Wednesday 27 July 2016
PLACE: The Bannister Hotel,
9 de Beer Street, Braamfontein,
GPS: -26.194011, 28.034624 [MAP]
TIME: 17:30 refreshments
20:00 cash bar and dinner
Seats are limited for the debate. Please RSVP to reserve your seat on 27 July, noon, to email@example.com. If you do not receive confirmation to your RSVP please note that the event has been fully booked.
Refreshments will be provided before the discussion. We’d like to engage with you after the discussions. There will be a cash bar and you can book a table for dinner at The Bannister on 011- 403 6888.
Download the invitation: DWF Political Cafe Invitation 27 July 2016