Thousands of elderly citizens in Cape Town have been given the opportunity to cast their special vot...

Thousands of elderly citizens in Cape Town have been given the opportunity to cast their special votes when IEC officials visited their old age homes. It's the second day and last day of special voting ahead of the general


elections tomorrow. Officials have until five pm this afternoon to complete all the house visits. Approximately 65-thousand people in the province have applied for special votes of which 40- thousand are home visits. The rest are casting their ballots at voting stations. This is what some of the elderly at the Bella Vista old Age home in Bellville had to say: " It's a great opportunity to get change in the country, get rid of all corruption


and the bad , and if you don't vote you have no right to complain, I'm feeling fine because if you don't vote then you can't say anything but you must vote to let your voice heard."

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