At least 22-people have been arrested for allegedly trying to vote more than once. #Dstv403
JOHANNESBURG - At least 22 people have been arrested for allegedly trying to vote more than once.
IEC Commissioner Janet Love confirmed the arrests during an IEC briefing at the National Results Operations Centre on Friday.
The police say none of them succeeded in casting more than one ballot.
Most of the alleged attempts were in KwaZulu-Natal.
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"We would also like to thank the SAPS for the rapid way in which they acted against voters who allegedly voted twice, or attempted to vote more than once. To date, 22 people have been arrested."
Watch the full IEC briefing above