#RegisterToVoteIFP: Thank You for Registering to Vote

Feb 5, 2024 | Press Releases

This past weekend, the country witnessed an inspiring display of civic duty and engagement as residents from all walks of life came out in significant numbers to register to vote.

The Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) extends its deepest gratitude to all who participated in this vital democratic process – from first-time voters to those updating their registration details, the enthusiasm and commitment to democratic participation is commendable.

The weekend’s success was made possible not only by the residents who registered but also thanks to the dedicated volunteers and staff who worked tirelessly to help, answer questions, and ensure a smooth and accessible registration process for everyone.

Furthermore, we express our heartfelt gratitude to all IFP leaders, branches, volunteers and supporters for their steadfast dedication and effort throughout the past weekend.

As we look ahead to upcoming elections, the IFP wishes to remind everyone about the importance of registering to vote in the upcoming 2024 National and Provincial Election, if you have not done so yet please see the following channels in which to do so:

Online: registertovote.elections.org.za
SMS: SMS ID to 32180 (R1 per SMS)
Call: 0800 11 8000
WhatsApp: 060 088 0000

Mkhuleko Hlengwa, MP
IFP National Spokesperson
071 111 0539

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