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Organization : Electoral Commission of South Africa
Type of Facility : Municipal By-Election
Country: South Africa
Notification : http://www.elections.org.za/content/About-Us/IEC-Events/24-February-2016-municipal-by-elections/
Municipal by-election results : http://www.elections.org.za/content/Elections/Municipal-by-elections-results/
Website : http://www.elections.org.za/content/
Municipal By-Election :
24 February 2016 municipal by-elections
When: 24 February 2016 07:00 AM – 09:00 PM
Related : Municipal By-Election Result 19th August 2015 : www.electionin.org/385.html
Where: KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo, North West, Western Cape
** Ward 13 in Abaqulusi [Vryheid]
** Ward 23 in Greater Letaba [Duiwelskloof]
** Ward 11 in Mutale [Mutale-Masisi]
North West :
** Wards 1, 4, 11, 12, 13, 18 and 20 in Tlokwe [Potchefstroom]
Western Cape :
** Ward 109 in City of Cape Town [Cape Town]
** Ward 6 in Oudtshoorn [Oudtshoorn]
Municipal by-election results :
Reports are available in PDF and Excel format. To open PDF files, you need the free Adobe Reader on your computer – please download it if you don’t already have it installed. Excel files can be opened with Microsoft Excel or various free, open source software products.
Step 1: Select municipal election
Step 2: Select report
Comparison Report :
Compares the by-election ward winner, party, % votes received and % poll to those of the corresponding Municipal Election.
Detailed Results :
Shows the candidates, parties, number and % of votes, total valid votes, total spoilt ballots, total votes cast, % spoilt ballots, % poll, and the election winner.
Summary Report :
Displays the elected candidate, party, % support, registered population, total votes cast, % poll, spoilt votes, % spoilt votes.
Step 3: Select criteria
Introduction to 2016 Municipal Elections :
** Municipal elections are held every five years to elect councillors who will be responsible for governing a municipality for the next five years.
** The current term of office of municipal councils ends on 18 May 2016.
** The councillors will serve on the town, city, metropolitan or district councils that ensure services that impact the daily lives of citizens in their areas including water, electricity and sanitation.
** The exact date of the 2016 Municipal Elections will only be known when the election is officially proclaimed by the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs in 2016.
** In terms of the Constitution the election must be held between 18 May and 16 August 2016.
** So get ready to have your say in the 2016 Municipal Elections. Your vote is your voice,? use it wisely.