The ANC has turned 106 years old on Monday and its president Cyril Ramaphosa together with other five officials will pay tribute to four former party presidents in KwaZulu-Natal later this morning.
They include Josiah Gumede, Pixley Seme, Albert Luthuli and the party’s founding president Langalibalele Dube.
Last week, the party’s national chairperson Gwede Mantashe visited the grave of the longest serving ANC president Oliver Tambo in Wattville east of Johannesburg.
Ramaphosa will make his first public appearance by laying a wreath at the grave of former ANC President Josiah Gumede at the Mountain Rise Cemetery in the Moses Mabhida Region.
His deputy, David Mabuza, will visit the Albert Luthuli Museum in Groutville.
At noon all top six officials will gather at the grave of their founding president Langalibalele Dube before having a lucnch with the family of the late Pixley Isaka Seme.
In the afternoon, ANC officials will travel to East London for the cake cutting ceremony.
They are also expected to visit the grave of former president Nelson Mandela in Qunu later this week.
The main ANC birthday celebrations will be held at the Absa Stadium in East London on Saturday.