Johannesburg - Pollsters Ipsos have predicted that the ANC will win another landslide victory in Wednesday's general election, handing Jacob Zuma another presidential term.
The firm on Friday predicted that the African National Congress, which has won every general election in South Africa's 20 years of democracy, will garner around 63 percent of the vote.
While comprehensive that would be just short of the two thirds majority needed to change the country's constitution and a slight drop from the 65.9 percent won in 2009.
“There is no doubt about which party will win the election,” Ipsos said, releasing its final poll before the May 7 vote.
“However, this is still the most hotly contested election since 1994.”