Evidence shows ANC members had ‘organised themselves’ to vote twice

In a statement on Wednesday, the EFF said they condemned ANC members who were allegedly organising themselves to vote twice in different voting stations around North West.

Party spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi said one ANC councillor was reportedly caught voting in two voting stations in Marikana.

In a statement on Wednesday, the EFF said they condemned ANC members who were allegedly organising themselves to vote twice in different voting stations around North West.

Party spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi said one ANC councillor was reportedly caught voting in two voting stations in Marikana.

He named one ANC ward councillor who voted at the Marikana High School and Marikana Community Hall.

“In essence, these people remove the ink that is put on our thumbs, then go and vote in a different voting station.”

“We call on the IEC to tighten its systems to avert this madness of ANC thugs. No one must vote more than once. The principle is one person one vote. It is not only illegal, but a direct assault on our democracy.”

An anonymous caller revealed to talk radio 702 on Wednesday that he had personally proven that he was able to vote twice by going to two different schools in Westbury because his ink came off.

There have been various calls and tweets about the voting ink coming off too easily.

The Independent Electoral Commission made it clear that anyone deliberately trying to remove the ink from their nails was committing a crime and stood to be prosecuted.

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