Celebrity Chef Fikile Zungu Denied the Right to Vote in Belgium

As the election approaches, residents residing overseas are granted the opportunity to vote, but some have reported negative experiences.Celebrity chef Fikile Zungu revealed what happened when she went to vote at the embassy in Belgium.

Fikile Zungu, a celebrity chef in Mzansi, was unable to vote overseas due to the IEC’s refusal to postpone elections due to budgetary concerns.

The celebrity took to Twitter (X) to express her dissatisfaction with her previous employer’s refusal to allow her to vote because she was not on the embassy’s voter list.

In the video, Fikz said:

“You told me I was registered… why am I not on the list? I find the Embassy’s actions as gross injustice. It is also personal because the Embassy fired me three and a half years ago. Therefore, I feel that I am being sabotaged personally. The Embassy has never made any effort to find out what the problem was.”

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The official page of the IEC finally responded to Fikile’s post and wrote:

“Hi there, thank you for bringing this to our attention, and we apologise for the bad experience and for being denied your chance to vote. Could you please confirm if you applied for a VEC10 notice? This form notifies the Commission of your intention to vote Out-of-Country. Without it, voters abroad cannot vote. Please DM us your details and confirmation of your VEC10 so we can look into it.”

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