The UBUNTU Party participated in the national election in South Africa on 7 May 2014. We entered the parliamentary elections with close to 1 million followers – and ended up with 8,432 votes. This was a clear indication that there was monumental rigging involved in the counting of votes. Especially after we were told that UBUNTU received the largest number of votes from international voters, around 18,000 cast votes, and UBUNTU was allocated only 28 votes. The upcoming Municipal Elections in 2016 will be a very different story. UBUNTU is gaining rapid support from many ANC and DA members and our aim is to win at least one small town. This will lead to the domino effect very quickly. Our home base municipality of Emakhazeni is already showing overwhelming support for UBUNTU.