Cape Town - Crowds in support of, and against President Jacob Zuma, are gathering on the Grand Parade in the Cape Town city centre ahead of the vote of no confidence in him set to take place on Tuesday afternoon.- Follow the Live Update.The groups are expected to march to Parliament.There is a high police presence in the Cape Town city centre.- Are you there? Send us your eyewitness accounts and photos. Security officers are stationed on the Grand Parade and earlier a police vehicle with coils of barbed wire was stationed near Parliament.A police helicopter circled above the city bowl at one point. ANC supporters start arriving in small groups at the Grand Parade. #NoConfidenceVote pic.twitter.com/MfGKgqiOQF— Tina Hsu (@imtinahsu) August 8, 2017 Zuma supporters, as well as scores of those who want him removed as president, have also gathered in other parts of the country including in Johannesburg and Durban.In Durban North, DA supporters grouped together and chanted: "Zuma must go."'Zuma must go' DA KZN members sing in Durban North ahead of the #NoConfidenceVote against Zuma. @News24 pic.twitter.com/KG1J7miRte— Mxolisi Mngadi (@EmExDurban) August 8, 2017Viewing areas for the vote have been set up around the country.Democratic Alliance supporters started arriving at the Eldorado Park stadium in Johannesburg on Monday morning.A few DA members at the Eldorado Park stadium in JHB. #ZumaVote #NoConfidenceVote @News24 pic.twitter.com/QSDcMH64jL— Iavan Pijoos (@iavanpijoos) August 8, 2017On Monday, National Speaker of Parliament Baleka Mbete announced that the vote of no confidence in Zuma will be done through a secret ballot on Tuesday.