[WATCH] IEC voting ink easily rubbing off, has social media very unhappy
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IEC voting ink easily rubbing off, has social media talking
South Africans took to the polls to cast their vote on Wednesday, however, the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) ink that is applied on voter's thumb rubbing off, may have tainted the credibility of the election.
Watch below a video posted by the United Democratic Movement (UDM) leader Bantu Holomisa showing how easily the ink rubs off.
The IEC Ink! pic.twitter.com/HLnAJKqh7d— Bantu Holomisa (@BantuHolomisa) May 8, 2019
Elsewhere on What's Gone Viral with Khabazela, social media angered by a video doing the rounds that shows people in Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) t-shirts dragging a senior woman.
Be aware that the footage below is not for sensitive viewers:
Are these the people who claim to respect the elderly?— ♡La Nkosi♡ (@asandamaswazi) May 8, 2019
Are these the very same people that promise our elderly grants worth more than what they are receiving whilst they lack empathy? Hayini bethunana! pic.twitter.com/sWesaUhYCy
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