Vote counting in South Africa’s sixth General National and Provincial Elections has entered the home stretch.
Nelson Mandela Foundation CEO Sello Hatang has commended the Electoral Commission (IEC) and its executive team for a sterling job on the voting process.
The Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa (EISA) has commended South Africa for its continued commitment to democracy and the conduct of a peaceful electoral process.
The Electoral Commission (IEC) passed the 90% results capture mark at 10H30 today, with results from 20 632 of the 22 924 voting stations captured. Of these, 18 773 (81.89%) had been finalised.
Among the key considerations of the sixth Parliament is the national Budget that was tabled in February, says National Assembly (NA) Secretary Masibulele Xaso.
Click here to submit your Cape Town News – free.
Have you tried: Reach Trust for Solar and Building Management?
Quick Cape Town Fact: The annual Cape Town Minstrel Carnival, also known by its Afrikaans name of Kaapse Klopse, is a large minstrel festival held annually on 2 January or “Tweede Nuwe Jaar”