Nkandla - A fluey former president Jacob Zuma, accompanied by three of his wives, Thobeka KaMadiba Zuma, Bongekile MaNgema Zuma and Sizakele MaKhumalo Zuma, cast his vote on Wednesday morning in Nkandla and says he expects the big parties to lead the charge.
Emerging from his security detail convoy at Ntolwane Primary School, in the KwaNxamalala village of Nkandla, Zuma was greeted with chants of "Zuma! Zuma! Zuma!" as he waved at and greeted the crowd, mostly clad in ANC regalia.
Zuma arrived shortly after 10am and opted to wait in the queue alongside his wives to cast his vote.
He entered the voting booth first and was then followed by his wives.
Before addressing the media he said that he was battling the flu, but also declared that his vote was no secret and that he had voted for the ANC.