1. That moment you realise white people queue
When queuing to get your thumb inked and something feels wrong. Then it hits you: there’s a line of white people and it’s not even a queue for Woolies.
— William Bird (@Billbobbird) August 3, 2016
2. The never-ending grief of Home Affairs
That mad frantic search for an ID that’s lost or the daunting realisation that said ID book has expired. Whatever the case may be, in times of elections, Home Affairs is the one place where we know what to expect.
— Tara Turkington (@taraturk1) August 3, 2016
3. All of the braais
South Africans doing what they do best on any public holiday.
— Johan Stapelberg (@The_RugbyBandit) August 3, 2016
4. When country clubs are open to all the people
— Hlengiwe Nhlabathi (@Hlengi) August 3, 2016
5. And there’s always something that doesn’t go quite to plan
Every election, without fail I have to deal with the “disappearing ink” nonsense. Every single election. #ElectionDay
— Doreen Loubser (@alzammer) August 3, 2016