|South Africa's National Liberation Movement|
The African National Congress in Limpopo is pleased with the response of the people of the province in support of the IEC voter registration weekend of 9-10 November 2013. According to the IEC Chief Executive Officer, Nkaro Mateta, more than 120 000 people visited the voter registration centres in the length and breadth of the province. While old voters went to the IEC centres to verify that they still appeared on the voters roll, the ANC is excited that a lot of young first time voters responded so positively in their numbers.
The ANC in Limpopo is replicating its efforts in ensuring that its supporters will register to vote during this weekend of 9-10 November 2013. The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) will conduct registration for the 2014 General elections. The date of the 2014 general elections is still to be announced by the State President.
The African National Congress in Limpopo calls on all citizens to make use of the voter registration weekend this Saturday and Sunday (09-10 November 2013) to ensure they are on the voters roll for 2014 general election. We are further calling on our youth born in 1993 and 1994 to visit the voter stations to register as first time voters.
On Wednesday, 23 October 2013, the ANC fought a good fight as the great liberation party in Makhado Municipality - Ward 12 during the bi-elections. It is the time to unite as the great people of Ward 12. Whatever our politics may be we are all first and foremost inhabitant of Ward 12. The things that unite us are more powerful than the things that divide us; we have managed our political differences peacefully and conducted the most vigorous campaigns peacefully and resolve our politics peacefully and with civility.