PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma has signed a proclamation setting Wednesday 7 May 2014 as the date for the national elections in South Africa. The proclamation is intended to be published in the Government Gazette today, making it the official, binding and final election date. South Africans abroad will go to the polls a week earlier, on Wednesday 30 April.
If you are voting abroad, please be advised that you have 15 days from today's announcement's date (25 February 2014) to notify the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) of your intention to vote abroad, and select the foreign mission at which you intend to vote. This can only be done online, effectively until 12 March 2014. You can find the link at the bottom of this email.
Alternatively, please follow these instruction to find the applicable online form: Go the IEC website (www.elections.org.za) to notify the IEC of your exact voting intentions. You will find the applicable link under the menu item entitled "For voters", which you can find on the top menu. Click on the drop-down menu point entitled "Voting outside South Africa (VEC10)" on the website and look for the section entitled "Notify us of your intention to vote abroad (VEC10)." You can then proceed to complete and submit the VEC10 online. Please note that this link will only be available from the proclamation date (25 February 2014) for a period of 15 days until 12 March 2014, so time is of essence if you want to ensure your vote will be counted.
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