DURBAN- Prior to this registration weekend, the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Community Safety has vowed to ensure voter safety.
The province declared on Friday that this weekend, more law enforcement officers would be stationed throughout all polling places.
Political intolerance, which frequently gets worse, is nothing new in KwaZulu-Natal.
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Voter registration this weekend is most likely to spark a flurry of political activity throughout KZN, according to the Department of Community Safety.
According to authorities, various police units will secure the province’s 4, 973 voting locations.
While gathering intelligence, the deployed teams will patrol the voting booths and the surrounding areas.
High-risk areas have been identified in places like Inanda, KwaMashu, uMlazi, Hammersdale, Plessisliar, and Nongoma.