The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) is under pressure to deliver on its promise to wrap up the counting soon and declare the official results on Thursday.
As vote counting continues, the results tallied so far have left feelings of misery for some and glee for others.
By late on Tuesday night, more than half the votes had been finalised and released.
The African National Congress (ACN) was facing further electoral decline, barely clinging on in Gauteng metros.
The Democratic Alliance (DA) meanwhile was celebrating wins in municipalities including Umgeni in KwaZulu-Natal, which was snatched from the ANC’s grasp.
But in the Gauteng metros, the official opposition failed to improve on their performance and failed to avoid coalitions to take the governing seat.
The Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) on the other hand was set to grow its support especially in its strongholds of KwaZulu-Natal.
DWS Encouraged By Improvement In WC Dam Levels
ANC Mourns Passing Of Tina Joemat-Pettersson
Cape Town Politicians And Heinz Winckler Lose It Over Sex Expo Posters
Families, Rescuers Search For Victims Of India’s Worst Train Crash In Decades
Matters Related To Putin Not On BRICS Meeting Agenda – Pandor
Professor Taole Mokoena appointed As SA’s New Health Ombudsman
Glencore Ferroalloys Supports Local SMME In Steelpoort With Two 65-Seater Busses
Car-Sharing Could Hold The Key To The Future Of SA’s Mobility In Urban Areas
Debt Ceiling Deal Wins House Approval
SA’s Health System A ‘Dysfunctional Mess’ That Can’t Be Fixed – Makgoba
Zimbabweans In SA Have A Month To Find Alternative Ways To Regularise Stay
Power Grid Collapse ‘Highly Improbable’ – Ramokgopa