Nkandla - Former president Jacob Zuma's daughter Thokozile Zuma has urged black political parties to strive to work together better in the sixth democratic Parliament, although that should occur under an ANC with a two thirds majority.
Speaking in KwaNxamalala, Nkandla, where she, her father, three of his wives and her brother, Edward, cast their votes earlier on Wednesday, the 26-year-old said that the most important struggle facing blacks, and Africans in particular, was that for economic freedom.
Zuma says that she had voted for the ANC because of its pro black policies, particularly on land and the transformation of the economy for black people, and Africans in particular.
"I'd like to see the black parties in Parliament getting together and pushing and growing the black agenda for us as a black nation to prosper. There's no point in us fighting each other or pinpointing each other when those who aren't deployed in politics are still poor.