Voter deregistration

This page is specifically for we, the people of Southern Africa. Since the 1950s we, the people DID NOT fight for the right to vote! That was by the way;

We fought for the freedoms named in the 1955 Freedom Charter and the changes in the 1994 RDP policy framework which flowed from it. Since 1996, the Bill of Rights embodies the rights of the people as the supreme law of the land; and, any contrary conduct or law that is un-constitutional, is as a result, null and void, back to it’s beginning; see

The truth is that when we, the people register to vote, in effect, we are jumping from the hot pan into the fire; and, that by using the current voting system, we are in fact voting for corporate governance under the law of the sea:


And, in addition, we give some of our rights away by voting for corporate governance when we could be holding referendums by, for and of the people;


Sir Denison- this truth

The political party system was created by colonial imperialism in the guise of ‘capitalism’ to divide, conquer and rule over we, the people of Africa.


Is the current system of governance based on the will of we, the people?

We have asked 1 000s of people over the last 3 years the same simple question: “Is the current system of governance based on the will of the people?” Every time it has been a resounding “NO!”

 We give our rights away by registering and voting for a corporate system that abides by the law of the sea and is controlled and owned by the 1% with selfish interests to plunder the 99%, their children, their property, their lands and natural resources.

Since 1994, it is clear we now live in a system of economic apartheid that is really no different to the colonial era AND the apartheid era; after all, it’s the same banking and legal system. How could we expect anything different?

How can it be free and fair if we cannot cast as vote of no confidence? Or, hold referendums by, for and of the people? surely, the people shall govern?


PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: There Is No Natural Right To Vote

Contrary to what so many of us would like to believe, there is no Natural Right to vote.  Remember, a Natural Right is that which you can claim on a deserted island.  Well, how can one even hold an election in a society of one?  By definition, it is impossible.  Now, if you are so inclined, you can go through the mental gymnastics of arguing the case for an election in a society of one, but the idea is an absurdity, which — therefore — would make any such argument irrational.  This means that there is no Natural Right to vote.  So, if no such right exists, what then — exactly — is voting?



 GANDHI - civil disobedience


IEC busted for South African slavery?

An interesting story is that we have been advocating voter de-registration since 2013 and quite a few people have gone to the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) to de-register as a voter. The feedback from the people has been that electoral officers usually have the excuse that they do not have the voter-deregistration form. 

We have solved that problem: download and complete the prescribed REC 6 form before going to deregister as a voter: REC 6

Also, that when people do arrive with the voter deregistration form the electoral officers are surprised and generally ask where this form came from because they are trying to hide the fact that they are obligated to remove you according to Electoral Act 73 of 1998.

Since the 2014 elections we have noticed that the IEC have scrubbed their website regarding voter DE-REGISTRATION…

Now here comes the punchline!!!

From the IEC ‘About the Voters’ Roll’ page it says under the following heading:

Removal from the Voters’ Roll

Only people who have died are removed from the Voters’ Roll.

There you have it, people: slavery is alive and well in the 21st century!!!


Did you get that??? They claim you do not have the right to revoke what is inherently a fraudulent contract; what most do not know is that by voting one surrenders certain rights and subject to duties and obligations;  and, if the contracting party does not disclose the true nature of the voting contract, it constitutes fraud; period.

Additionally, nowhere does the IEC website even mention the Electoral Act 73 of 1998!!! Double jeopardy?



Conscientious Objector? De-Register To Vote:

As it is not our wish to be implicated in the treason of electing legislative and executive representatives who fail to act within their constitutional mandate or according to law, we  have already withdrawn our consent to representation within the RSA by de-registering as a qualified voter. If you comprehend this, we encourage you to do the same if you have not done so already.


  1. See if you are on the voter’s roll; go to the IEC web page to check your voter registration details at:
  2. If you are on the voter’s roll and wish to remove yourself then download and complete the prescribed form: REC 6 
  3. Go to your local IEC office (they will not have the REC 6 doc; it was removed 2014) and request removal from the voter’s roll, quoting the following legislation:

The Electoral Act 73 of 1998 states:

10 Applications for de-registration as a voter

  • A registered voter may apply for de-registration as a voter in the prescribed manner.
  • On receipt of an application for de-registration as a voter, the chief electoral officer must remove the applicant’s name from the voter’s roll.

 This means Chief electoral officers are obligated to comply according to the above.

11 Amendments to voter’s roll by chief electoral officer

  • The electoral officer must-
  • Change the registration details of a voter, if the chief electoral officer is satisfied that the details reflected in the voter’s roll is incorrect or have changed; or
  • De-register a voter, if the chief electoral officer is satisfied that the voter does not qualify or no longer qualifies for registration.

Some people are reporting that their names are still on the roll even after having

deregistered. Then it’s time to send them a notice of their obligation to comply.

12 Notification by chief electoral officer

  • The chief electoral officer must notify, in the prescribed manner, a person-
  • Who has been de-registered as a voter in terms of section 11;

Demand to be notified that you have been deregistered in the prescribed manner; find out what the latest prescribed manner is? They are regularly changing the rules…

13 Appeal against decisions and steps of chief electoral officer

  • A person mentioned in section 12(1) who feels aggrieved by a decision or step taken by a chief electoral officer in terms of section 8, 9 or 11, may appeal to the Commission against that decision or step in the prescribed manner.
  • The Commission, in the prescribed manner, must consider and decide the appeal and notify the appellant and chief electoral officer of the decision.

Appeal your non-deregistration with the Commission; ask your local electoral office for the forms to appeal their inaction to remove your ‘person’ from the voter’s roll;

To check if you are on the voter’s roll go to:

To find out where your local IEC office is go to:

Download Electoral Act: ELECTORAL ACT 73 OF 1998



Done the above and still not removed?

If you have already done the above steps and the IEC has still not removed you from the voter’s roll? It’s our duty to lodge an objection;

Objections and appeals:



National Peoples’ Referendum – Southern Africa:

Instead, we should be voting for ourselves! By holding a free and fair referendum by the people, for the people, of the people we put the power of voting back in the hands of the people. We have started a National Peoples’ Referendum for Southern Africa. Details at:


Your Rights:

Most people do not know that they have antecedent rights and that the legal fiction called government was created to protect their existing rights, their property and to provide them with services. Know your rights; see:

If you are new to the herein educational material then we suggest starting on the ‘Frequently Asked Questions’- FAQs page at: