The ANC has laid an official complaint with the Independent Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) regarding the DA's controversial election billboard in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, EWN reported on Friday.
It's since been vandalised while the ANC has reported the billboard to the Independent Electoral Commission.
JOHANNESBURG – The African National Congress (ANC) has laid an official complaint with the Independent Electoral Commission regarding the Democratic Alliance (DA)’s controversial election billboard in the Johannesburg CBD.
For the most part, there wasn't much conflict between the parties and their supporters, apart from the DA, which lodged a complaint with the Independent Electoral Commission, claiming the ACDP provided people with vouchers for food that they would receive on Saturday in exchange for their votes.
The Independent Electoral Commission has voiced concerns about the dismal number of young people who have registered.
The DA’s proposed amendments would have given the Independent Electoral Commission the power to decide on other voting venues, making it easier to vote for South Africans living long distances from South African foreign missions – and to allow for them to show just one form of ID.
In a statement released earlier on Monday, its been confirmed that the party is officially registered with the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) and is subject to a 30-day appeal period.
The 3-day event, held at the campus, kicked-off with a convocation lecture titled: ‘Independent Electoral Commission: The Challenges and Prospects of Recruitment for Good Governance in Nigeria’.
Among the parties Ramaphosa was consulting was the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) on their state of readiness.
In the election conducted on December 30, the Independent Electoral Commission (CENI) could not find the $1.8 billion required for the presidential, legislative and local elections and had to make do with the $432 million provided by the government.