Voting

Who has the right to vote?

Every elector whose name is included in the electors’ register for that voting station.

Who does not have the right to vote?

Every elector whose name is included in the electors’ register for that voting station.

Who does not have the right to vote?

Any person who has not registered with IEC
Any person who has contravened the electoral law
Any person who is under the age of 18

Where to vote?

At the nearest voting station, where a person has registered

When to vote?

On the date set on the IEC calendar.

What is needed for a person to vote?

An elector’s registration card, a passport, drivers’ license or Official witness confirming an elector’s identity

 

HOW TO VOTE

PLEASE NOTE

The voter cannot interfere or help another voter at anytime at the voting station. He/she is not allowed to enter the voting station without permission.

The voting station manager will make sure that only one person enters a voting compartment.

According to the Electoral Law, 2011, a line crossing out the name and the elector’s registration number, symbolises that he/she has been given a ballot paper.

 

DOCUMENTS USED IN THE ABSENCE OF ELECTOR’S REGISTERATION CARD

Passport or

Drivers’ License

Official Witness

 

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