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Independent Electoral Commission and Education Free State embark on learner voter education drive.

Webmaster May 6, 2024 Comments Off on Independent Electoral Commission and Education Free State embark on learner voter education drive.
Leaners demonstrating how to vote

Wrapping up Freedom Month on 30 April, 700 learners from Marallaneng
Secondary School in Ficksburg and surrounding schools attended the launch of
the School Democracy Week to celebrate Freedom Day which was commemorated on
the 27th of April.

In 2024 South Africa celebrated 30 years of democracy.

The focus was on learners who are eligible to participate in the seventh
general democratic national elections in South Africa taking place on the 29th
of May 2024.

The objectives are to educate young South Africans about their right to
vote and the importance thereof.  Acting Director for SARAC, Free State
Department of Education, Thabo Mokokoe encouraged eligible learners to vote in
the upcoming elections and be active citizens. “It is your democratic right to
vote any party of your choice, “he said.

Assistant Manager, from the Independent Electoral Commission Mankao
Nchenche, responsible for outreach and communications says embarking on the
voter education programme for the youth is the responsibility of the commission
to ensure that learners are exposed to voting processes and make informed
decisions.

Setsoto Executive Major, honourable Seipati Mbiwo advised learners to
vote and said that doing so would give them a voice in the running of state
affairs. She welcomed voter education and said learners will gain more
knowledge on the gains of democracy and further teach learners to be patriotic.

A dramatization of the voting process through mock
voting by learners made not the information given to learners was brought to
life and made more real. Learners portrayed different roles such as the voter
and presiding officer.

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