Johannesburg - The African National Congress will emerge victorious in the upcoming elections, ANC deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa said on Saturday.
"When we interact with people we find that the support for the ANC is enormous," he said. "We will emerge victorious."
Ramaphosa was speaking to the media in the Tudor informal settlement in Kagiso, west of Johannesburg, where he was doing a door-to-door campaign to encourage people to register to vote.
Addressing residents after his walkabout, Ramaphosa said he had seen how they lived and what their problems were.
"We have heard that you are not happy where you are staying and that you want a better life. The mayor has told us of plans to improve your lives," he said.
President Jacob Zuma announced on Friday that the fifth national general elections would be held on 7 May.
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