What does voting mean and why does voting matter?

Due to the complexity of the Electoral Act and the Electoral Amendment Process, the majority of South Africa’s public are either not informed of this taking place, or they do not even understand the content. OUTA seeks to promote citizen awareness on both Electoral Reform and the responsibility of voting, in preparation of the national elections in 2024.

Send us your drawing or illustration on what voting means to you and stand a chance to WIN a R2000 cash prize 

Read OUTAs statement on the Electoral reform bill here 

Terms and Conditions:

Entries open 30 March 2022 and close 30 May 2022

Competition is open for individuals of all ages 

Competition is open to South African citizens only

Upon the announcement of the winning design, the winning artist irrevocably releases and/or waives all intellectual property right(s) that he/she may have to the winning design. Accordingly, OUTA becomes the sole owner and acquires all relevant intellectual property rights of the winning design. The winning artist further consents that OUTA may use the design for the desired purpose and that such design may be altered and/or adapted to OUTA’s liking by a third party so instructed by OUTA.

The winning artist further confirms that, for the prize money of R2000.00 (Two Thousand Rand), no royalties and/or fees are payable to the winning artist in relation to the winning design.

OUTA will not be held liable for any loss or damages suffered by the winning artist as a result of OUTA’s use of the winning design.

In order to proceed to the next round, we need your permission to publish your entry and your details on our Facebook page, as well as for you to accept the terms and conditions listed above. Please reply to this email by 12pm on Thursday 9th July 2020 with your approval, in order to proceed to the next phase of the competition.

By clicking send you agree to the terms and conditions.

In order to serve it's purpose a vision has to be a shared vision - Warren G Benns 

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