Johannesburg – Throngs of ANC supporters are singing pro-President Jacob Zuma songs at the Westonaria Agri-Park near Bekkersdaal township.
Zuma is conducting a site visit to the agri-park on Tuesday as part of "revitalising and transforming the agriculture and rural economy".
The Agri-Parks programme, an initiative of the Departments of Rural Development and Land Reform, and Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, was aimed at revitalising the crucial agriculture sector and its agro-processing value chain.
Scores of ANC supporters, decked out in the ruling party's bright yellow T-shirts, were bussed to the agri-park site. They are singing pro-Zuma songs.
The president is under increasing pressure to step down, following his decision to reshuffle his Cabinet recently.
Mass protest marches were organised at the weekend in an effort to push Zuma out.
Another march by opposition political parties is planned for Pretoria on Wednesday.