Voting in Municipal Elections and By-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 take place within 90 days after the resignation or death of a councillor, or whenever a political party exercises its right to change its representation in a council.
The Electoral Commission is responsible for the management of all by-elections.
To vote in a municipal election, you need to be registered on the Voters' Roll. You can then cast your vote in the area in which you are registered.
These facility categories:
- Registering on the Voters' Roll (Service)
- Municipal Election Results, 2000 (Public Information)
The content on this page was last updated on 16 September 2019