Multi-Party Charter to Hold a Joint Registration Event

Jan 30, 2024 | Press Releases

Joint Media Advisory by the DA, IFP, FF Plus, ActionSA, ACDP, ISANCO, UIM, SNP, UCDP, Ekhethu and UNP

On Thursday, 1 February 2024, the eleven parties to the Multi-Party Charter For South Africa will hold a Joint Registration Event to encourage all eligible voters to use the registration weekend of 3-4 February to register so that they can vote for change in the 2024 general election later this year.

The Multi-Party Charter will be appealing especially to young people to register this weekend, so that they can use the power of their vote to choose a better future for themselves – a future based on the Multi-Party Charter’s vision of a new government to build a just, inclusive and prosperous South Africa based on opportunity, freedom and security for all it citizens.

Members of the media are invited. Party leaders will be available for one-on-one interviews and photographs afterwards.

Event details:

Date: Thursday 1 February 2024
Venue: Johannesburg City Hall
Media set up: 10h30
Event starts: 11h00
Event ends: 12h05
One-on-one interviews: 12h05 – 12h30

Media enquiries:

DA: Charity McCord, Media Officer to the DA Federal Leader 078 126 2765
IFP: Lyndith Waller, Office of the IFP President 073 929 1418
FF Plus: Heloise Denner MP, Spokesperson for the FF Plus 072 997 8315
ActionSA: Sam Mgobozi, Communications Director for ActionSA 078 231 5977
ACDP: Joshua Meshoe, Communications Director for ACDP 060 543 7352
ISANCO: Nceba Matomane, Media Officer for ISANCO 0614726507
UIM: Virginia Young, Media Liaison for UIM 064 283 6781
SNP: Winston Coetzee, Deputy President for SNP 082 228 3523
UCDP: Henry Hlengwa, Secretary General 071 421 7208
Ekhethu: Tumelo Ngobeni, Spokesperson 071 868 2157
UNP: Prince Nkwana, Party Leader 083 702 1471

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