Tshwane Woman Plays 'Inky Pinky Ponky' To Choose Which Party To Vote for in Viral Video

Tshwane Woman Plays 'Inky Pinky Ponky' To Choose Which Party To Vote for in Viral Video

  • A gorgeous woman made South Africans laugh when she trended for how she chose which party to vote for
  • In a viral video, the lady plays 'inky pinky ponky' with a list of political parties, including the ANC, EFF and the DA
  • South Africans guffawed at the hilarious technique and some considered using the method to select a political party at the elections

Tebogo Mokwena, a Briefly News current affairs journalist in Johannesburg, South Africa, covered policy changes, the State of the Nation Address, politician-related news and elections at Daily Sun and Vutivi Business News for over seven years.

Do you have a hard news story you would like to share? Email tebogo.mokwena@briefly.co.za with 'CA' in the subject line.

A Tshwane woman played 'inky pinky ponky' to choose the party to vote for
A woman made people laugh when she played 'inky pinky ponky' to select a political party. Images: @sunnybunny_hunny
Source: TikTok

A woman hilariously gave South Africans a unique way of knowing how to vote for the right political party. The woman played a childhood game, making selecting her party of choice easy.

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Woman chooses political party with a game

With the elections drawing near after President Cyril Ramaphosa announced 29 May as the day the nation casts its votes, many people are still confused about which political party they will vote for. TikTokker @sunnybunny_hunny made it easy for people in a hilarious video.

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In the clip, she plays 'inky pinky ponky' over a list of political parties, including the African National Congress, the Economic Freedom Fighters, the Democratic Alliance and others. Throughout the game, she makes hilarious comments, such as expressing relief over scratching out the DA. Eventually, she reaches the end and manipulates the game to choose the EFF. Watch the video here:

Netizens jokingly love the technique

South Africans' sides split, and many jokingly said they would implement this technique when they vote during the elections.

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Keznic Motso asked:

"Can I do that at the voting booth?"

Theenlightenedone commented:

"When in doubt, always trust the pinky."

FreeSpirit exclaimed:

"The result was foretold in the ancient inky pinky ponky murals."

Anti-Clever Black exclaimed:

"The universe has spoken."

Philly laughed:


6 Million young people have not registered to vote

Recently, Briefly News reported that six million people under 30 have not registered to vote.

Ground Work Collective made the revelation and encouraged young people to register to head to the polls. South Africans were unmoved and questioned the need for them to vote.

Source: Briefly News

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