The VEC10 is an important form that all South Africans abroad will have to submit to the IEC to tell them that they plan to vote overseas and at which voting station they plan to vote.
So, if you are registered to vote in South Africa, you don’t need to re-register in order to vote abroad, because you will tell the IEC that you plan to vote abroad when you submit the VEC10 form.
The VEC10 form will only be made available on the IEC website when the President proclaims the date of the election. From this point you will have 15 days to submit the VEC10 form.
We will post a link to the VEC10 form on this page when it becomes available, but you can also subscribe to our email alerts about overseas voting using the form alongside and we’ll email you as soon as the VEC10 form becomes available.
Even if you are registered to vote and have all the necessary documentation, you will NOT be allowed to vote if you have not completed the VEC10 form by the deadline.