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South African expats vote abroad

South Africans living abroad have been descending on high commissions and various embassies around the world where they will cast their votes today.

Voters' roll grows to 23-million

Voters’ roll grows to 23-million

The Independent Electoral Commission has announced that there are over 23-million South Africans registered to vote in the general election provisionally set for 22 April.

Which way, South Africa?

According to a recent Human Science Research Council survey, almost 80% of South Africans plan to participate in the 2009 national and provincial elections. This is a good sign; the people are getting ready to speak, writes Khanyi Magubane.

Stronger govt in Guinea-Bissau

A massive voter turnout and large majority for the winning party in Guinea-Bissau’s parliamentary elections, held on 16 November, signal stronger government and greater reform in the West African country.

Angola heads for democracy

The world's eyes will be on the Southern African country of Angola in September when the country holds its first parliamentary elections since the final end to three decades of civil war.

A decade of free elections: IEC

A decade of free elections: IEC

South Africa's Independent Electoral Commission is marking ten years of administering successful elections locally and assisting in elections around the continent by launching a book documenting its endeavours in pictures and also raising public awareness to "go green" amongst others.
Twenty million on Voter's Roll

Ready to cast your vote?

Elections 2004 Everything you need to know to make your vote count in SA's third democratic elections on 14 April.

Electoral system stays for 2004

South Africa will retain its current 400-member National Assembly and proportional representation system for the 2004 general elections, before implementing the changes recommended by an independent task team.


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