NCOP passes Electoral Laws Amendment Bill

CAPE TOWN - The National Council of Provinces (NCOP) has passed the Electoral Laws Amendment Bill, paving the way for President Cyril Ramaphosa to sign it into law in time for 2019’s national and provincial elections.


Related Articles


How the new Electoral Laws Amendment Bill will impact elections

Current laws defining the transparency and protocol relating to South Africa’s electoral processes are one step closer the being altered.

The South African , South Africa Jan 10, 2019

Parties push for signing of funding bill

National Council of Provinces (NCoP) chairperson Thandi Modise ruled that the proposed amendments fell outside the scope of the bill and were therefore constitutionally and procedurally out of order.

IOL , South Africa Jan 12, 2019

NCOP adopts Electoral Laws Amendment Bill - what this means for 2019

The National Council of Provinces (NCOP) adopted the Electoral Laws Amendment Bill during a special sitting on Thursday.

News 24 , South Africa Jan 10, 2019

DA to petition Ramaphosa over Electoral Laws Amendment Bill

CAPE TOWN – The Democratic Alliance (DA) says it will petition President Cyril Ramaphosa to send the Electoral Laws Amendment Bill back to Parliament, insisting its passage in the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) last week was unprocedural.

EWN , South Africa Jan 14, 2019

ANC is not broke, says Mashatile

Johannesburg - ANC treasurer-general Paul Mashatile has assured members that the governing party will have enough money to fund campaigning for what looks set to be organisation’s toughest general elections yet.

IOL , South Africa Jan 11, 2019

#Elections2019: Parties posters only allowed once date is proclaimed

Two sets of party logos or symbol in colour; a R500 registration fee; and a hard copy of the Government Gazette in which your Notice appears, must also be submitted to the IEC.

IOL , South Africa Jan 8, 2019

IEC wants Ramaphosa to announce election date by month-end

The commission officially launched the polls in Midrand on Thursday calling on citizens, especially young people, to go out and register to vote.

EWN , South Africa Jan 9, 2019

#News24 ICYMI: Probe into Laerskool Schweizer-Reneke, Usain Bolt surprises gym goers; and Jennifer Hudson chats to Channel24

Pitch Black Afro is charged in connection with his wife's murder, Bishop Timothy Ngcobo, who is often seen by former president Jacob Zuma's side, is starting a new party and the US is set to soon lose its crown as the world's top economy.

News 24 , South Africa Jan 10, 2019