Traditional healer Gogo Ntoleng has predicted a 60.7% African National Congress victory in the general elections. South Africans will be casting their votes in different polling stations across the country on Wednesday.
Ntoleng says the majority of voters will go and vote. According to Ntoleng, the elections will run smoothly despite the service delivery protests in other areas.
Meanwhile, numerologist Sandy Smith says while the African National Congress, Democratic Alliance and Economic Freedom Fighters remain at the forefront of the election race, there is no particular party that is dominant.
She says President Cyril Ramaphosa has a great chance of remaining in a position of power.
Market research firm, Ipsos, says it predicts that the ANC could remain the ruling party after Wednesday’s national elections – with the DA continuing as the official opposition.
The survey also predicts that the EFF could be the official opposition in Limpopo and North West provinces. Ipsos director, Mari Harris explains: It’s rather difficult this year because there is so much uncertainty in the country and a lot of people are not exactly sure which party they will choose.
“About 11 million South Africans are not registered to vote so when you do these surveys you have to narrow it down. The DA has set itself out to win 3 provinces – WC, NC and Gauteng – the WC they have a good chance. The ANC will probably have the majority of more than 66 per cent in Mpumalanga, North West and Limpopo and then they also may have majorities in KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape.