Mbeki, could be seen strolling with an appointment from his home to the surveying station where he makes his choice, however not at all like previous president Jacob Zuma, Mbeki didn't uncover which party he decided in favor of and his vote stays confidential since the Polokwane meeting where he lost to Zuma.
Subsequent to making his choice previous president Thabo Mbeki, said individuals should cast a ballot and express their view on who they need to oversee regions, and that he decided in favor of the competitor he accepts will be straightforward and not a criminal.
"I think this is normal reason to every one of the up-and-comers that the difficulties we face in every one of the districts should be taken care of. We wanted fair individuals, not cheats.
We don't choose individuals, I casted a ballot now I was casting a ballot trusting that the individual I vote in favor of and the party, whatever the party would be straightforward to serve individuals here in Johannesburg," he said.
In the mean time, previous president Jacob Zuma is likewise expected to make his choice at a surveying station in Nkandla at Ntolwane grade school in Nkandla, and his vote is certifiably not confidential as he uncovered that he will decide in favor of the ANC, and supported his confidants who had wanted to keep their votes to likewise proceed to decide in favor of the ANC.
The head of the Zuma faction of Nkandla, Inkosi Bhekumuzi Zuma additionally says he might want to see the ANC, holding ward 14 where previous President Jacob Zuma dwells. Notwithstanding calls by certain allies of Zuma to avoid the decision party at the surveys he said he will in any case back it.
Jacob Zuma's better half Sizakele Khumalo-Zuma will make her choice at the equivalent surveying station, the previous president is relied upon to make his choice too.
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