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The voters' roll must be as accurate and inclusive as possible and voters' details must be correct. This means that the voters' roll needs to be continually updated. New voters need to be added onto the Roll. This would include anyone who reaches the...
Before you can vote in an election, you need to be registered on the voter's roll. The Roll contains the details of individual voters and is an important...
Before you can vote in a National or Municipal elections, you need to be registered on the voter's roll. The Roll contains the details of individual voters and is an important planning tool. For example, it allows the IEC to know how many people are...
Municipal Elections The last municipal elections were held on 3 August 2016 . These elections determine who'll represent voters on local and district municipalities. 63.46% of registered voters in the the Western Cape went to the vote. By-elections...
The National and Provincial elections take place every 5 years. The outcome of the election determines which political party will govern the country and how many seats each party will have in Parliament. Similarly, these elections also determine which of...