The IEC has urged voters to visit their voting stations this weekend and make sure their addresses are on the voters roll.
By-elections across South Africa have been cancelled this week due to concerns with the lack of voter information on the voters roll.
Voters do not have to take proof of address with them to register.
Step 1: Find your closest voting station by searching on the elections page with either your physical address, GPS coordinate or town’s name.
Step 2: Once you know where your voting station is, head there on either the 9th or 10th of April between 8h00 and 17h00.
Step 3: Make sure you remember to bring your RSA ID with you – driver’s licence and passports are not allowed.
Step 4: Fill in an application form which will be issued to you at the voting station.
Step 5: Lastly, scan your ID.
Done! You are registered.
Why these elections are important for you:
Municipal elections affect your access to basic services such as water, electricity or sanitation in the Kouga for the next five years.
Registering and casting your vote has the power to change the service delivery obstacles crippling your local community.
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