Brands take advantage of voting in SA polls

Business brands in South AFrica are taking advantage of the ongoing election by offering goods and services at discounted rates. 

From Uber to Krispy Kreme, several businesses are also offering freebies for South Africans who vote.

Doughnut and coffee chain Krispy Kreme has told voters to  “Reward themselves by making a difference through Show them theri  inked finger, and grab a free original glazed doughnut.

As a security measure, voters in South Africa have their thumbs inked after casting their ballots.

Fast food chains such as Wimpy, Future Life, Spur, Motherland Coffee are asking voters to show their inked thumbs in exchange for free beverages, including coffee and hot chocolate.

Uber is offering a 35% discount on rides to and from polling stations.

Some restaurants around the country are also giving out free food or drinks to voters who provide proof that they voted.

Beauty businesses like Sorbet Group and Uniq Brows are also giving out free treatments, such as manicures to brow tints.

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