EBC About Us
To render acceptable,  free and fair elections so to enhance democratic governance system. The functions of the Commission are to:- oversee...
To be a leading elections management body in the region and global communication.Mission StatementTo ensure free, fair, credible and transparent...
The elections management body in Swaziland is called the “Elections and Boundaries Commission”.  In terms of section 90 of the...
Elections
Swaziland has a fairly new Constitution.  It came into force on the 8th February 2006. ...
Our system of Government is based on the Tinkhundla democracy.  The term “Inkhundla” or “Tinkhundla”...
Voters' Roll
  • Voters’ Roll Inspection

    After the compilation of the voters roll, it is taken back to the respective chiefdoms and registration centres for public inspection. They monitor eligibility of all the voters registered in the list and also to check if their own data has been correctly written and make amendments if need be.

  • What is a Voter’s Roll

    It is a list of eligible registered voters of a polling station to be used in all the elections
    activities from nominations until secondary elections and by-elections as well.

  • What Qualifies A Person to Register in a Particular Inkhundla?
    • That person must have a home in that Inkhundla;
    • That person must have resided in that Inkhundla for a continuous period of three (3) months.
    • He or she shall be entitled to be registered in the Inkhundla in which his or her principal place of business is situated or principal place of employment is situated.
  • Elections Code of Conduct
    • Recently, Parliament passed six election related laws. These are the Voter Registration Act, 2013, The Elections Act, 2013, The Elections and Boundaries Commission Act, 2013, The Elections Expenses Act, 2013,…
      Legislative Provisions
    • Observers will carry the prescribed identification issued by the Elections Boundaries Commission and will identify themselves to any interested authority upon request.Observers will maintain strict impartiality in the conduct of…
      Code of Conduct for International Observers
    • Any person or institution who may wish to observe elections in Swaziland must first seek due authorization and accreditation by the Elections Boundaries Commission through a written application to the…
      Code of Conduct for Local Observers
    Posts
    February 22, 2017
    In terms of Section 79 the country is governed by the Tinkhundla system.  This section provides that “the system of…
    February 22, 2017
    An electoral process involves the method of decision-making by the electorate to choose its leaders. This is achieved through elections…
    February 22, 2017
    Elections is a process of choosing leaders or representatives to a given office or position. The effect is to transfer…
    Legislative Provisions

    Recently, Parliament passed six election related laws. These are the Voter Registration Act, 2013, The Elections Act, 2013, The Elections and Boundaries Commission Act, 2013, The Elections Expenses Act, 2013, The Senate Elections Act, 2013 and The Parliament Petitions Act, 2013.  The Voter Registration Act provides for the various aspects of the voter registration process. This includes the application for registration as a voter, the qualifications for registration, the compilation and preparation of the draft voters roll, the verification and finalization of the voters roll.