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"I voted!" Foreign Africans vote abroad



More than 29,000 African nominees voted for embassies and consulates to vote in sixth national elections.

South African voters voted in 2019 general elections on April 27, 2019 at London's Trafalgar Square. Image: supplied.

JOHANNESBURG – Abandoned Africans will be leaving on Saturday, the Freedom Day, and photos of some moments should be marked in an election queue.

Several hashtags, for example #FreedomDay, #MyFreedomDay, # Democracy25 and more in social networks.

The South African Electoral Commission extended its election hours in four South Africa missions abroad.

More than 29,000 African nominees voted for embassies and consulates to vote in sixth national elections.

Port Elizabeth's Alan and Sharon Hughes voted for Singapore. The workers said they were friendly and the process was perfect.

In a sent email Eyewitness NewsHughes said: "All people had great spirits among South Africans."

Manny Bee voted with her London-born Trafalgar Square friends.

"We were growing small but fast growing at South Africans, at 6:00 p.m."

Bee also said that it was cold and windy early.

At the same time, people shared their voting experience on Twitter.

(Edited by Refilwe Pitjeng)


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