Municipal Elections will take place on 1 November 2021. Find out who can register and how, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic
Municipal Elections will take place on 1 November 2021. Find out why local government matters, and why it’s so important that you do vote – even during a pandemic!
The Grade 12 final exams start on the same day local government elections will be held, 1 November. The DA wants this to change.
The DA says the ANC’s R18 billion cash payment in public wage deal is a political bribe to secure union support ahead of the elections.
The IEC says it will urgently study the Moseneke inquiry report and consult political parties before making a final decision on elections.
It may be the final nail in the coffin for Local Elections in 2021: The IEC-appointed panel ruled that holding a vote in October ‘would not be fair’.
Preparations for local government elections has to be undertaken by the IEC despite fears of a surge in COVID-19 infections.
The IFP has called for a postponement of local government elections in SA, fearful that it might heighten COVID-19 cases in the country.
The KZN Legislature kicks off a voter education campaign on 15 May ahead of the local government elections in the province.
The IEC announced that voting stations across SA will be open on 17 and 18 July to register to vote in the Local Government Elections.
Despite calls by several political parties for the local government elections to be postponed, they are going ahead as planned by the IEC
The Independent Electoral Commission has issued a list of wards across South African that will hold municipal by-elections later this month.
The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) has threatened to part ways with the ANC on several occasions but is yet to actually do so
Never one to mince his words, ActionSA leader Herman Mashaba says that the EFF ‘are running scared’ ahead of the 2021 Municipal Elections.
The by-elections that took place on Wednesday were attended by only 34% of eligible voters, but the IEC say there is no cause for concern.