IEC again calls on citizens to update their details

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The independent electoral commission's launched an online campaign to capture and update voters' addresses. ? The IEC CEO Sy Mamabolo says its pulling all the stops to ensure it complies with the court order.

The independent electoral commission's launched an online campaign to capture and update voters' addresses. ? The IEC CEO Sy Mamabolo says its pulling all the stops to ensure it complies with the court order.

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The independent electoral commission's launched an online campaign to capture and update voters' addresses. ? The IEC CEO Sy Mamabolo says its pulling all the stops to ensure it complies with the court order.

The independent electoral commission's launched an online campaign to capture and update voters' addresses. ? The IEC CEO Sy Mamabolo says its pulling all the stops to ensure it complies with the court order.

JOHANNESBURG - The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) is again calling on registered voters to update their details.

It says about 2,8 million registered voters need to verify their residential addresses.

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The IEC will do a registration drive on the 10th and 11th of March.

It&39;s also inviting new voters to register.

"I urge all voters to go out on the 10th and 11th of April. A voter’s roll is the bedrock of the electoral integrity, it’s quality the foundation for credible, free and fair elections, therefore voters have to register," says IEC Chief Electoral Officer, Sy Mamabolo.