This month we join South Africans in celebrating our country’s rich human rights tradition in remembrance of the heroes and heroines of our past who fought and sacrificed for a rights-based, democratic and just society. The right to vote is one of the most fundamental of all human rights.
In terms of National Treasury prescripts, as from 1 April 2017 the Electoral Commission will only be allowed to do business with suppliers registered on the Central Supplier Database (CSD). If you are not yet registered on the CSD, please self-register at www.csd.gov.za as soon as possible.
A free, impartial initiative of National Treasury, Municipal Money is a web-based tool designed to inform citizens on their local authority’s financial performance. The aim is to make this financial data widely available to increase transparency, strengthen civic oversight, and promote accountability.
Here are the councillors elected in the 2016 Municipal Elections to govern South Africa’s municipalities for the next five years. Download the gazetted list of councillors or view Who is my Ward Councillor?
Check your registration status, ward number and voting station location
View the Municipal election results including By-elections
Gazetted councillors (PDF)
DC60% elected councillors (PDF)
Register as a supplier to submit quotes, tenders and unsolicited proposals online.
Where is my voting station?
Find out where your voting station is by checking your registration details or searching a map.
Browse our current vacancies and find out how to apply.
Who is my ward councillor?
Get your ward councillor's name and contact info.
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