Brigalia Bam

 
SA's elections: How the IEC made the impossible happen
SA's elections: How the IEC made the impossible happen
Today's elections will be a far cry from the country's first democratic poll 20 years ago. There will be no Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) stickers...
Bam recognised for her contribution to society
Bam recognised for her contribution to society
The Advisory Council of the Public Sector Awards selected Dr Brigalia Bam as a recipient of the 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award in honour of her...
Pansy Tlakula tipped as new IEC chairperson
Pansy Tlakula tipped as new IEC chairperson
Pansy Tlakula has been appointed by President Jacob Zuma as the new chairperson of the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC), well-placed sources...
Urgent need to fill key IEC posts
Urgent need to fill key IEC posts
President Jacob Zuma faces a race against time to fill the three key positions of chairperson, deputy chairperson and chief electoral officer at...
IEC to receive UN award
IEC to receive UN award
The Independent Electoral Commission will receive the United Nations Public Service Award (UNPSA) for Preventing and Combating Corruption in the...
Opposition fears partisan IEC leaders
Opposition fears partisan IEC leaders
Opposition parties fear that the Independent Electoral Commission's new leadership will be dominated by the ANC's preferred candidates and they...
SA at the polls: A nation of procrastinators
SA at the polls: A nation of procrastinators
South Africans proved themselves a nation of procrastinators, with 20 765 would-be voters flooding home affairs offices across the country to pick...
IEC relaxes as municipal strike threat ebbs
IEC relaxes as municipal strike threat ebbs
The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) breathed a sigh of relief on Tuesday when the South African Municipal Workers' Union (Samwu) suspended a...
Thousands visit voting stations
Thousands visit voting stations
More than 600 000 people visited voting stations on the first day of the final voter registration weekend.
Voter roll tallies to 23,1-million so far
Voter roll tallies to 23,1-million so far
The number of South Africans who will be able to cast their votes in the local government elections has topped the 23,1-million mark, the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) announced on Wednesday....
Voter-registration drive targets youth
Voter-registration drive targets youth
Voting is a matter of civic duty and a democratic privilege, Dr Brigalia Bam, chairperson of the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC), said at a...
Electoral commission targets SA's youth
Electoral commission targets SA's youth
The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) will target young voters in a voter-registration drive ahead of the 2011 municipal elections.

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