The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) media liaison officer Trevor Davids has clarified some of the special voters' concerns that some ballot papers were not stamped.
Davids dismisses these claims as a hoax but made a call to all the voters to be vigilant when being given ballot papers.
He says ballot papers that are not stamped will not be counted.
The stamp must be at the back of the ballot paper and should be done in the presence of the voter.— Trevor Davids, Media liaison officer - IEC
We want the voters to check if there is a stamp at the back of their ballot papers.— Trevor Davids, Media liaison officer - IEC
If the ballot paper is not stamped, voters can report this to the IEC and should provide the voting station number, location and a description.
A Public Service Announcement.— Scapegoat (@AndiMakinana) May 5, 2019
According to the IEC. pic.twitter.com/L37DrkNfhI
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