A local filmmaker shared her experience of standing in line to cast her vote with such flair that she had many social media users seriously entertained. She tweeted updates that were not only funny but reflected her true experience.
Chatty guy, panicky woman and brown leather jacket guy - these were the key characters in a local filmmaker's story of how things went as she stood in line in Randburg to cast her vote on 8 May.
Susan Scott, the woman behind the multi-award-winning documentary STROOP, shared on social media everything that happened while she was in queue with fellow voters and it was very amusing and entertaining.
Sapeople reported that the tweets Susan shared made it feel like you were actually there in the line with her.
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There were some odd moments that can only be described as 'Proudly South African' and Susan did us all a favour by sharing them.
Briefly.co.za gathered some of the funniest tweets that Susan shared - for your entertainment - and here they are:
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