Results for: "Political Parties & Constituency Offices" in "Pretoria, Pretoria-West, South Africa"

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Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

101 Du Toit St

CPA Hse Ground Floor

Du Toit St

Pretoria

0007

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.7435783

28.1976233

Pretorius St

Southern Life Bldg

Pretorius St

Pretoria

0002

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.7481

28.1899

political parties & constituen...

Church St

3 rd Flr NBA Bldg Cnr Hamilton &

Church St

Pretoria

0007

Gauteng

South Africa

90 Kingbolt Crescent

Wapadrand OffcPrk

Kingbolt Crescent

Pretoria

0050

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.779304

28.33156

643 Pretorius St

Peoples Bank Building

Pretorius St

Pretoria

0001

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.74631

28.211385

political parties & constituen...

10 Du Toit St

Tomkor Bldg

Du Toit St

Pretoria

0002

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.740634

28.19609

political parties & constituen...

1068 Arcadia St

Arcadia St

Pretoria

0083

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.74734

28.23355

political parties & constituen...

286 Pretorius St

Trust Bank

Pretorius St

Pretoria

0001

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.74727

28.19244

political parties & constituen...

909 Church St

Church St

Pretoria

0007

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.744309

28.225365

200 Pretorius St

Peoples Bank Bldg

Pretorius St

Pretoria

0007

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.747953

28.188865

200 Pretorius St

Peoples Bank Bldg

Pretorius St

Pretoria

0007

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.747953

28.188865

Political Parties & Constituency Offices

The Republic of South Africa has a vibrant political system.  While most countries have about one or two parties, we have up to 13 parties embodied in the National Assembly of Parliament. These are namely – the African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP), African Independent Congress (AIC),  African National Congress (ANC), African Peoples' Convention, Agang South Africa (Agang), Congress of the People (COPE), Democratic Alliance (DA), Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Freedom Front Plus (FF+), Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP), National Freedom Party (NFP), Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) and the United Democratic Movement (UDM).

We have a grand total of up to 350 constituency offices that are spread across the country. Approaching any of the offices should be simple as they are there to serve the public in their appointed area. The purpose and importance of these offices is so that members of the public may be given a voice.  They are tasked with the responsibility of problem-solving assistance, being available and visible when needed by their constituency and most importantly they should be competent and able to give accountable reporting back to the public on whatever is happening in Parliament.

The public in that area are able to approach any of these elected representatives to ask for help. This is a powerful tool that tries to ensure that the public feel that the government is indeed hearing their opinions and offering assistance that will build the nation.

View our Yellowpages website for more information and how to contact them in your area.

Political Parties & Constituency Offices

The Republic of South Africa has a vibrant political system.  While most countries have about one or two parties, we have up to 13 parties embodied in the National Assembly of Parliament. These are namely – the African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP), African Independent Congress (AIC),  African National Congress (ANC), African Peoples' Convention, Agang South Africa (Agang), Congress of the People (COPE), Democratic Alliance (DA), Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Freedom Front Plus (FF+), Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP), National Freedom Party (NFP), Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) and the United Democratic Movement (UDM).

We have a grand total of up to 350 constituency offices that are spread across the country. Approaching any of the offices should be simple as they are there to serve the public in their appointed area. The purpose and importance of these offices is so that members of the public may be given a voice.  They are tasked with the responsibility of problem-solving assistance, being available and visible when needed by their constituency and most importantly they should be competent and able to give accountable reporting back to the public on whatever is happening in Parliament.

The public in that area are able to approach any of these elected representatives to ask for help. This is a powerful tool that tries to ensure that the public feel that the government is indeed hearing their opinions and offering assistance that will build the nation.

View our Yellowpages website for more information and how to contact them in your area.

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