2014 Election Update

2014 Election Update

 

There are 9 update issues in total, five before the National Assembly and provincial legislature elections and four documenting Election Day and post election activities. This continues a tradition of providing South African Elections Updates since 1999.

 

The nine Election Updates have been collected together as the
Election Update 2014 Compendium (1-9)
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Number 9 - SA Elections 2014: The Final Issues

18 August 2014

Private Funding of Political Parties, Youth Participation and New Political Entrants
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Number 8 - SA Elections 2014: The Media and Provincial Cabinet Composition

05 August 2014

"Is there a good story to tell about the South African media coverage of the country's 2014 national and provincial elections?"
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Number 7 - SA Elections 2014: The Problems of Unregulated Private Funding of Political Parties

07 July 2014

Protests and the Provincial Results Patterns
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Number 6 - SA Elections 2014: Post Election Provincial Review

02 June 2014

Provincial Roundup
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Number 5 - SA Elections 2014: Resources: State and Private Use or Abuse?

05 May 2014

"Unregulated Private Funding of Political Parties: Linking Money, Power and Corruption"
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A voter casts her ballot in South Africa's 2006 local government election

Number 4 - SA Elections 2014: Political Opposition - Cohesion, Fracture or Fragmentation?

29 April 2014

"Fragmentation and Fracture the loss of trust and confidence in political parties"
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Number 3 - SA Elections 2014: Sticks and Stones

23 April 2014

Political Intolerance, Violence and Intimidation
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Number 2 - SA Elections 2014: Continuity, Contestation or Change?

15 April 2014

South African Democracy Twenty Years On - Professor Steven Friedman Director. Centre for the Study of Democracy, Rhodes University and University of Johannesburg
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Number 1 - Processes Issue

2 April 2014

This issue contains an editorial outlining the method and purpose of the Election Updates and introductory sections on the legal framework, the election management body and the electoral system. Further sections look at voter and party registration, the 2014 election timetable, as well as the voting and counting processes. Finally the criteria for democratic elections are interrogated.
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Seminars: SA Politics and Elections - 2014


Pre-election: Continuity, Contestation or Change?

EISA will be holding a public seminar on Wednesday, 30 April at EISA offices, Training Room; 14 Park Road Richmond. The programme will begin at 09:00.
You are cordially invited to attend.
Seminar Programme

Post-election: Present Realities and Future Implications

EISA will be holding a public seminar on Wednesday 26 November at EISA offices, Training Room; 14 Park Road Richmond. The programme will begin at 10:00.
You are cordially invited to attend.
Seminar Program

 

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