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South Africa

South Africa’s Electoral Commission has declared the 2024 general elections as free and fair

South Africa's Electoral Commission has declared the 2024 general elections as free and fair. The voter turnout for these elections was 58.61-percent, much lower than the 66-percent in 2019. Over 16-million votes were cast. Speaking at the result announcement in Midrand yesterday evening, IEC CEO, Sy Mamabolo, says in an election the choice of the voter is sovereign and may not be negated. He adds that the voters who cast […]

todayJune 3, 2024 22

South Africa

S.A’s Voting stations have officially opened

S.A's Voting stations have officially opened as millions of citizens are casting their votes in what has been described as an important election. The Electoral Commission says the lessons and experiences over the past two days of special votes were valuable and will be used to refine operations further today. Voting stations close at nine tonight. Briefing the media yesterday evening, IEC CEO, Sy Mamabolo, says voters are prohibited from […]

todayMay 29, 2024 42

South Africa

SA’s Electoral Commission Responds to DA’s Appeal for Foreign Assistance in Election Observations

The South African Independent Electoral Commission acknowledges the Democratic Alliance's letter to the United States, European Union, and other countries seeking resources for independent domestic observers ahead of the 29 May elections. IEC CEO Sy Mamabolo states that while the commission believes in the importance of election observation, the DA's direct appeal to foreign executives is not in alignment with the typical process of international observation. Mamabolo highlights the unique […]

todayMarch 12, 2024 11

South Africa

SA Electoral Commission Takes Action Against Leaked ANC and uMkhonto we Sizwe Party Candidate Lists

The South African Independent Electoral Commission has initiated proceedings against the official suspected of leaking candidate lists belonging to the ANC and uMkhonto we Sizwe Party. The individual has been formally requested to provide reasons why their employment contract should not be terminated. The leaked lists surfaced on social media over the weekend, with an internal investigation pointing to the data breach originating from system-generated reports within the commission. IEC […]

todayMarch 12, 2024 12

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