Durban - Former president Jacob Zuma's son Edward cast his vote on Wednesday morning at Ntolwane Primary School in Nkandla where his father was also expected to vote at 10am and says that he expects an overwhelming victory for the ANC.
Residents of the village braved the scorching heat standing in the queue awaiting their chance to cast their vote.
The voting station, situated in the KwaNxamalala village of Nkandla, is within eyeshot of Zuma's controversial R246 million compound.
The voting station has 1 800 registered voters and by 9.30am it had already seen over 250 voters cast their votes.
Edward Zuma said that the sixth democratic elections were an indication of the country's maturing democracy and that he was confident that his party would emerge victorious both nationally and in the provinces.