Provincial voting results in the cities and 20 priority townships

  • Chris Wray, Daniel Kibirige
  • Date of publication: 01 June 2014
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This month’s map provides further provincial election results across Gauteng. A map of Ekurhuleni, Johannesburg and Tshwane (where 1 dot = 20 votes) and more detailed zoomed in maps for the Gauteng Provincial Government’s 20 priority townships (where 1 dot = 1 vote) are available below.

Ekhurhuleni

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Johannesburg

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Tshwane

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20 Priority Townships

Atteridgeville/Saulsville

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Boipatong

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Bophelong

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Daveyton

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Garankuwa

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Hammanskraal

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Kagiso

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Katlehong

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Khutsong

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Kwatsaduza

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Mabopane

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Mamelodi

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Mohlakeng

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Munsieville

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Orlando

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Ratanda

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Rethabiseng

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Refilwe

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Sebokeng

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Sharpeville

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Soshanguve

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Soweto

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Tembisa

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Wattville

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Winterveldt

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Zola

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