The ANC top leadership is wrapping up its interaction with various communities in KwaZulu-Natal ahead of the party’s election manifesto launch in Durban on Saturday.

It’s been a hectic week for the ANC top six who criscrossed the province interacting with various community groupings.

The party listened to concerns of communities in urban, rural and farming communities, ordinary commuters, taxi organisations, farm workers, churches, businesses, the youth and professionals.

The activation campaign was led by party president Cyril Ramaphosa who has been accompanied by KwaZulu-Natal ANC chairperson Sihle Zikalala.

Former President Jacob Zuma was also visible at Ramaphosa’s appearances,dismissing speculations that the two leaders are running parallel activations.

Durban is abuzz with vehicles drapped in ANC colours and blarring sound calling on communities to come out in numbers to attend the launch of the ANC Election Manifesto at the Moses Mabhida Stadium on Saturday.

Ramaphosa encouraged the communities to register to vote and vote for the ruling party come voting day.