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IEC targets 2-million new voters for 2014

South African voters’ roll at record high

South Africa registered another 1.2-million voters on the final voter registration weekend ahead of the country's general elections on 7 May, growing the voters' roll to a record 25.3-million, or 80.5 percent of eligible voters.
Brand South Africa in good shape: Zuma

South Africans to go to the polls on 7 May

South Africa's national and provincial elections - the fifth general elections since the country attained democracy in 1994 - will take place on Wednesday, 7 May, President Jacob Zuma announced on Friday. "These are historic elections, as they take place during the 20th anniversary of our freedom from apartheid bondage," he said.

South Africans called to celebrate 20 years of democracy with their vote

  Chairperson of Brand South Africa Chichi Maponya2014 will be a landmark year as South Africa celebrates 20 years of freedom and democracy.  It is...

Play Your Part and register to vote!

In 2014 South Africa will not only celebrate 20 years of freedom from apartheid, it will also hold the country's fifth national democratic elections. Play Your Part by registering to vote in the upcoming elections - our democracy was hard-earned through decades of activism and sacrifice, and should not be allowed to go to waste.

A complete guide to registering for the 2014 elections

IN 2014 South Africa will not only celebrate 20 years of freedom from apartheid, it will also hold the country's fifth national democratic elections....

Let’s Play our Part and register to vote

Brand South Africa CEO Miller Matola has joined the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) in encouraging South Africans to register to vote in South Africa's fifth democratic elections in 2014. The first voter registration drive is scheduled for 9-10 November.

Stateless Zim residents gain citizenship

In downtown Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital, Judith Kapito, 38, waits to receive a new identity document, one that will offer her rights and opportunities she has long been deprived of.
Zimbabwe ready for investors

Freedom Day: long time coming

Apartheid was only formally legislated by the National Party in 1948, but discrimination had existed in South Africa for hundreds of years before that. This month, the country marks that long walk to freedom.
Freedom Park: celebrating peace

Praise for Zuma's Zimbabwe mediation

Zimbabweans accept draft constitution

A new draft constitution that limits the presidential term and protects a wide range of individual rights has been approved by the vast majority of Zimbabwean voters, the country's election body announced on Tuesday.

Hold on to freedom, says Brand South Africa

Brand South Africa’s new campaign utilises freedom messages on street poles along major roads to remind all citizens of the struggle and its hardships, as well as its rewards.
Zuma: better local government