The African National Congress (ANC) is putting their hopes of holding onto Gauteng on Ekurhuleni and Tshwane.
Speaking to the Daily Sun at the National Results Operations Centre in Tshwane the ANC's Pule Mabe said that they are expecting a significant shift in their numbers in Gauteng.
When speaking to Daily Sun, Mabe said the ANC in Gauteng is sitting with 49.61% of the 61.35% votes that had been counted in the province. The DA was sitting with 28.37% of the votes and the had 13.94%.
On allegations levelled at the IEC and its processes, Mabe said that the smaller political parties should trust the process.