Check your voter registration details

To begin, use this tool to check which voting station is the correct station for you.

You can only vote on Election Day if you are correctly registered to vote in your ward.

In preparation for the national and provincial government elections in 2024, and for any by-elections that may take place to elect a new municipal councillor in your ward, you need to be correctly registered to vote.

Find the answers to frequently asked questions, below.

If you need more help, please email and we’d be happy to answer your questions.

Frequently asked questions

  • How do I check that my details are correct?
  • What do I need to register?
  • What is a by-election?
  • What is the process for calling a by-election?
  • Why should I vote in by-elections?
  • When do by-elections take place?
  • How do I participate in a by-election?
  • How do I vote in a by-election?
  • Who can vote?
  • What do I need in order to vote?
  • How do I know if I’m registered to vote?
  • What if I can’t vote on Election Day?
  • What if my address is missing or incomplete on the voters’ roll?
  • How and when do I register to vote?
  • Can I check where my family member/friend/partner is voting?
  • Will I be able to vote online?
  • Can I vote with my passport/driver’s license?
  • Do I need to take any proof of residence?
  • My ID book is in my maiden name but my married name appears on the voters' roll. Is that a problem?
  • I've lost my registration slip/sticker I received during registration. Will I still be able to vote?
  • An IEC official told me my name does not appear on the voters’ roll, what should I do?
  • Can I vote on behalf of someone who is unable to get to their voting station?
  • Is there assistance for people with disabilities?
  • I am blind. Can someone help me at the voting station?
  • How can I find out the results of the by-elections?
  • Unable to stand for long in a queue?
  • What if I can’t vote on Election Day?