The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) of South Africa on, has now issued the regulations with regard to Out of Country Registration and Voting. This information is also published on the IEC website at http://www.elections.org.za/content/For-Voters/How-to-register-and-vote-abroad/
To vote in elections in South Africa you must be a registered voter. If you are already registered to vote in South Africa (check your registration status online), you don’t have to re-register.If you aren’t registered, you will need to visit your nearest South African embassy, high commission, or consulate; and bring both a green, bar-coded South African ID book, smartcard ID or valid Temporary Identity Certificate (TIC) AND your valid South African passport.
Once the Special Registration Officer has verified that you’re eligible to apply, you will complete a registration form and will then be given a Proof of
Registration Application form. This is not proof of registration, but only that you applied.
You can confirm your registration status online at www.elections.org.za/content/For-voters/My-voter-registration-details 7 working days after applying.
Where can you register in Mauritius?
You can register at
The High Commission,
5th Floor BAI Building,
Pope Hennessy Street, Port Louis
during normal working hours (8h30 – 16h00 Monday to Thursday and 8h30 – 12h00 on Fridays) until 7 February 2014.
You can also register during the special registration weekends of 18/19 January and 25/26 January (opening hours 10h00 – 14h00).
No registration applications can be accepted after 7 February.