Binnelandse sake bly langer oop vir ID’s

2016-07-27 06:00
Malusi Gigaba, minister van binnelandse sake. Foto: Craig Nieuwenhuizen

Malusi Gigaba, minister van binnelandse sake. Foto: Craig Nieuwenhuizen

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DIE departement van binnelandse sake se kantore sal landwyd hul deure langer oophou om burgers kans te gee om hul groen ID-boekies af te haal voor die munisipale verkiesing.

Malusi Gigaba, minister van binnelandse sake, het vroeër vandeesmaand belowe om plan te maak dat meer as 200 000 burgers, wat stemgeregtig is, kans kry om hul ID-boekies by die kantore te gaan afhaal.

“Ons moet ons deel doen om seker te maak dat soveel mense moontlik gaan stem en hulle kan nie dit sonder geldige ID-boekies doen nie.”

Mayihlome Tshwete, Gigaba se woordvoerder, sê hulle gaan die kantoordeure op 30 Julie en 1 tot 3 Augustus langer oophou, maar hulle gaan nie op ’n Sondag werk nie. “Dit is die mense se verantwoordelikheid om self hul ID’s af te haal. Ons doen reeds meer as wat ons moet.”

Waar die departement se normale kantoorure landwyd Maandag tot Vrydag 8vm-4nm en Saterdag 8vm-12.30nm is, sal dit op dié komende Saterdag 8.30vm-5nm oop wees, Maandag en Dinsdag tot 6nm en op verkiesingsdag van 7vm-7nm. Ná die verkiesing sal kantoorure terugkeer na normaal.

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