Kimberley - Support for the ANC in the Northern Cape has increased by 3.65 percent with the party clinching a victory of 64.4 percent compared to 60.75 percent in the 2009 general elections.
The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) wrapped up counting in the Province just after 4pm on Thursday afternoon.
Out of a total of 601 080 registered voters, 428 537 voters (71.20 percent) cast their ballots in the Province.
The DA received the second biggest share of the votes, almost doubling its support from base from 12.57 percent during the last elections to 23.89 percent.
The new kid on the block - the EFF muscled in 4.96 percent of the votes.