Its neck-and-neck for the country’s leading political parties, with the African National Congress (ANC) and the Democratic Alliance (DA) battling it out for the major metros.

The DA is leading in Tshwane, with 43.49% followed by the ANC with 41.91% and the EFF sitting with 10.57% of the votes.

In Ekurhuleni, the ANC is at 47.55% followed by the DA with 35.81% and EFF with 11.2%.

In the City of Johannesburg, the ANC have 41.84%, the DA 41.72% and the EFF 10.81%.

The DA was victorious in the Nelson Mandela Bay metro, in the Eastern Cape with 46.65%, the ANC with 40.99% and EFF with 5.07%.

In Buffalo City, the ANC is at 58.62%, the DA at 23.47% and the EFF at 7.99%

For the EThekwini metro in KwaZulu-Natal, the ANC has managed to get 53.58% of the votes, while the DA has 30.31%.

In the Mangaung metro in the Free State, the ANC is at 56.52%, the DA at 25.96% and the EFF at 8.66%.

In the City of Cape Town, the DA is at 67.28%, the ANC at 23.65% and the EFF at 3.15%.

The current results are set to change as more results are expected to trickle in on day two of vote counting at the National Results Operation Centre, in Pretoria.

Source Nam New Network