On 2 January 2020, the voting phase of the EPPF
Trustee Elections commenced. We are calling on all members and pensioners to
make their mark and vote for the candidate that they want to represent them on
the Board of Trustees.
In the communication distributed on 20 December
2019, the Independent Electoral Officer provided detailed information on how
you can vote in these elections. There have been great efforts taken to ensure
that members and pensioners from around the country are able to cast their vote.
The voting channels include USSD (free), Internet (at your computers or via the kiosks at selected election sites), SMS and for pensioners Post (free when using
business reply envelope) .
In this Voting Bulletin, you would have also
received information on the rules, procedures and guidelines concerning the
voting phase. Voting closes on 28 February 2020 and the Trustee Election
process is due for completion in May 2020.
Last week, you should have also received
notifications which provide a link to voting options and include your access
key, a unique number identifying you on the Trustee Elections voters' roll. Do not
share this access key with anyone except election officials as it is meant for
your information and vote only. Please ensure that the access key
is not shared with EPPF employees or election candidates.
Should you experience any challenges with
voting on either of the channels, or should you require any other information
please contact the Independent Electoral Officer, Mr Thobile Thomas:
Toll-free number: 0800 128 452 (between 08:30
and 16:30 weekdays only)