Register this weekend to rescue South Africa

Issued by Greg Krumbock MP – DA Election 2024 Campaign Manager
31 Jan 2024 in News

This coming weekend, February 3rd and 4th, is your last opportunity to register to vote in this year’s election. If you are not registered to vote, or if you have moved and do not re-register at your new address, you will not be able to cast your vote in Election 2024. Unlike in previous elections, you will also only be able to vote at the polling station where you are registered.

Never has it been more important to be correctly registered. For the first time in more than 30 years, we have a realistic chance of defeating the ANC in this election. The ANC has already polled less than 50% of all votes for the first time during the 2021 local elections. In the 2024 election, we must make sure that we push the ANC even further below 50%, because then we can elect a new government to rescue our country from total ruin.

Decades of ANC corruption have alienated the party from its former voters, opening the door for a new government to rebuild our country. It is the duty of each of us to take advantage of this historic opportunity by registering to vote.

But we can only rescue South Africa with the help of every citizen who yearns for a better future. This election is about the survival of our beautiful country. And you can only help to rescue South Africa if you register this weekend.

The DA is committed to becoming the strong anchor party for a new government to rescue South Africa. In places where we already govern, such as the Western Cape, Cape Town, uMngeni in KwaZulu-Natal and Midvaal in Gauteng, the DA has a proud record of good government and better service delivery. Our size, experience and expertise make the DA the ideal party to become the stable, strong anchor for a new government.

On Saturday and Sunday, every voting station across South Africa will open for voter registration. We call upon all DA supporters and those committed to rescuing South Africa to seize this opportunity, go out this weekend, and register to vote.

Your vote can be the “one point” that makes South Africa a winning country.

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