Pretoria - The IEC has launched an investigation as it attempts to calm speculations about possible voter fraud with reports of some individuals being able to vote twice.
IEC commissioner Mosotho Moepya held a late-night briefing on Wednesday night in an attempt to dismiss any possibilities of voter fraud.
There were two instances in which certain individuals claimed that they were able to bypass the security measures put in place by the IEC to stop attempts of voter fraud.
In one of the instances, an individual said he was able to vote twice after visiting a different voting station when he noticed that his ID had not been stamped.
Moeypa said the commission views these allegations as concerning and serious and has launched investigations into the matters.