iec elections 2014

Rustenburg Final Election Registration Weekend- 8 & 9 February 2014

Rusties would just like to remind our readers that 2014 is election year.  We want to encourage you to make sure that you are registered to vote.

You can register at your correct voting station on 8 or 9 February from 8am to 5pm. To find your correct voting station, use the online voting station map or call 0800 11 8000 (open Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm). You can also apply for registration at your local Municipal Electoral Office during office hours, but please phone first to make an appointment.

By law, you must apply in person (no online or email registrations are permitted). Please bring your valid –

  • South African, green, bar-coded ID book,
  • Smartcard ID, or
  • Temporary Identity Certificate (TIC) if you don’t have an ID book.

What happens when I apply?

  1. Go to your voting station or Municipal Electoral Office (or diplomatic mission if registering abroad)
  2. Fill in an “Application for Registration as a Voter” form
  3. Your ID book is scanned
  4. A bar-coded sticker is pasted in your ID book

When do I have to re-register?

The IEC continuously strive to provide a better voting experience for voters by ensuring accessibility to voting stations and trying to reduce long queues on Election Day.

To help them achieve this, you need to re-register when:

  • your home address changes (see  Moved since you registered? to find out how to check if your voting district has changed), or
  • the IEC inform you that your voting district has changed. Check your voter registration details to find out if you may have to re-register.

How do I know if or where I’m registered?

To check your registration status, you can:

Note: It can take up to 7 working days for your registration application to be processed.

The DA in Rustenburg has created the following Facebook event to remind all about the last registration weekend for the 2014 election. Please go click on the link for more info.https://www.facebook.com/events/615868881818566/615894628482658/?notif_t=plan_mall_activity

In conclusion, remember that each persons vote count.  Everyone needs to cast their vote to help make the 2014 election successful.

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