East London - The ANC in the Eastern Cape on Thursday condemned the disruption of voting at Ntabankulu.
Unhappy residents of Ntabankulu blocked roads leading to voting stations in Ward 1 and 4 to prevent delivery of voting material during Wednesday's national elections, resulting in delays at those these polling stations.
Residents of Ntlangano village later also prevented 591 registered voters from casting their ballots.
Addressing the media at the IEC results centre in East London, ANC Eastern Cape chairman Oscar Mabuyane said the party was disappointed at the disruption.
"It is very unfortunate that people started digging roads when they were unhappy about something, we strongly condemn that. You can't damage a clinic because you want a school and you can not damage roads because you want electricity. Unfortunately for you to get electricity, there must be a road first."