JOHANNESBURG - The IEC says they're probing two alleged instances of double voting.
The IEC says the public need not fear as there are several counter-measures to prevent voter fraud.
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Political analyst Lukhona Mnguni says the rise of social media has put more eyes on the goings-on at the IEC and how they go about business at the polls.
Mnguni says the systems at the IEC need to be opened up and discussed.
Political parties have raised some concerns regarding the process of voting. They claim its possible to cheat the system.
Commissioner Mosotho Moepya says two separate incidents have been brought to the attention of the IEC where it's alleged that voters were able to cast more than one vote at different voting stations.
"Fortunately the election process contains a number of checks and safeguards which together serve to protect the integrity of the process."
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