Electoral amendment Act Judgement

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Independent candidates contesting the 2024 national and provincial elections have failed in their bid to convince the Constitutional Court that the Electoral Amendment Act, signed into law in April, violated their rights. Phemelo speaks to Build One South Africa Leader, Mmusi Maimane and Legal Expert Mpumelelo Zikalala.
4 Dec 2023 3PM English South Africa Education · Careers

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