Jenni Evans, also in Cape Town, writes: They came in their overalls, work-branded fleeces or smart office suits.
already in their pyjamas, joked among each other.
"I'm gonna vote EFF,"
said a small girl in a pink onesie, skipping off to play on the grass
as the sun set.
But their parents kept their choices close to
their chests as they waited patiently to enter the Martin Adams
Community Hall on Koeberg Road in Brooklyn, north of the city.Some asked people to keep their place while they peeled off for a cigarette.
die mense van Brooklyn rook gevaarlik (But the people of Brooklyn smoke
a lot)," said one man taking a few puffs and then nipping it between
the daisies breaking through the parking lot tar, and rejoining the