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Organization : Electoral Commission of South Africa
Type of Facility : Check Voter Registration Details
Country: South Africa
Check Voter Registration Details : https://www.elections.org.za/content/For-voters/My-voter-registration-details/
Website : http://www.elections.org.za/content/
My voter registration details :
** Enter your ID number below to get your registration status, voting station info and ward number.
You can also :
** SMS your ID Number to 32810 (R1.00 per SMS), or
** install our free mobile app for voters and use it to check your registration details.
It can take up to 7 working days for applications submitted within South Africa to be processed. Applications submitted abroad will take longer to be processed.
** Enter ID number
** Enter Verification code
** Click Submit Button
Mobile apps :
Voter app :
With our official app, you can get election results, check your registration details, find your voting station, get answers to common questions and keep up to date via social media. Download the app for your device now to stay informed on elections.
Current features :
** Get your registration details, including registration status and voting station address and map
** Can’t vote at your correct voting station? Use the app to find your nearest voting station
** Get results for national and provincial elections
** Keep up to date with our Twitter and Facebook feeds
** Get answers to our most frequently asked questions
** Get our contact info
The apps require internet connectivity and location service
As part of our education campaign for young voters, we’ve launched “IXSA” – a 3D digital game which introduces first-time voters to the voting process in a fun, interactive and innovative way.
The game allows users to pick an avatar and then follow this character on Election Day – facing a number of challenges along the way which educate voters how, when and where to cast their vote. Players earn points for how election-savvy they are and can complete against other South Africans by posting their scores on social media and challenging their friends to beat their score.
“This game is about making the voting process accessible to young people in a format they are familiar with – and in their pockets and on the move via their smart phones,” explained Dr Nomsa Masuku, Deputy Chief Electoral Officer: Outreach. “Learning is best achieved when people are having fun and don’t feel like they are being taught. The digital gaming world is the perfect place to combine education and entertainment.”
The IXSA game can be downloaded free for Android from Google Play and for iPhone from the Apple iStore. It can also be played via Facebook.
** CREATE and design your own character
** EXPLORE your environment and LEARN everything there is to know about Election Day in stunning 3D graphics
** SCORE points as you figure out the best and fastest way to prepare to cast your vote
** FREE to play!