Centurion - Gauteng ANC chairperson David Makhura vowed Wednesday's elections will be free and fair for all.
Makhura was speaking after casting his vote at the old Philena Middle Farm School in Knoppieslaagte, Centurion.
The chairperson, who stood in line with other voters, was joined by ANC members clad in colourful party regalia.
Speaking to the media, Makhura urged Gauteng residents to not allow any obstacles to prevent them from casting their votes.
"I know this morning is a little bit chilly but we must brace the chill... We should ensure there's no obstacle in our way. This is a very, very important day.