“On May 8, 2019, we all have some big decisions to make for the general elections in South Africa. One thing you shouldn’t have to worry about is how you’ll be getting to the polling station,” Uber said.
The company was not the only one giving discounts.
Nando’s announced that citizens who showed up at their restaurants with their voter’s mark on their thumbs would get a quarter chicken meal with chips and a roll for R29.
“Our democracy isn’t having a quarter-century life crisis, it’s just getting started,” said the company.