Inked: Zim voters take to social media to show off their 'mark' in historic vote
Voters in Zimbabwe are using social media to display pride in having voted in one of the country's most historic elections.
JOHANNESBURG - Voters in Zimbabwe are using social media to display pride in having voted in one of the country's most historic elections.
Voting got off to a relatively smooth start on Monday morning, with MDC Alliance's Nelson Chamisa and Zanu-PF's Emmerson Mnangagwa voting at around 10am at their respective polling stations.
Check out posts from others who've voted around the country.
@MDCAllianceZW @nelsonchamisa #BeholdTheNew #Zimbabwe #ElectionsZW #Vote #ZimDecides2018 #Twimbos #263Chat #ZimElections2018— Godobori (@Godobori_) July 30, 2018
Just cast my ❎ vote and I know my vote is my secret but IF YOU KNOW, YOU KNOW... pic.twitter.com/fKaNns52s3
After casting my ballots #ElectionsZW #ZimDecides2018 #ZimElections2018 it's only a game of winners and losers. Tomorrow its your turn. God bless #zimbabwe let Peace, Love and Harmony prevail. pic.twitter.com/ePX4IsqAoh— Tatenda Mugabe (@tatemug) July 30, 2018
Imagine seeing some1 eligible walking frewly on the street, breathing our air, using our public services and they ddnt vote in today's election #ELECTIONSZW #ZimbabweDecides2018 pic.twitter.com/fhwbyboHkt— Archie Mathibela (@ramagiya) July 30, 2018