The ruling African National Congress appears to be heading for a widely anticipated victory in South Africa's parliamentary elections. With less than one-fifth of votes counted, partial results showed Jacob Zuma's ANC securing around 65% of the vote, compared to 21% for the opposition Democratic Alliance. The Breakaway group Cope has made little impact so far with just 8% of the vote. The parliament will choose South Africa's next president, meaning an ANC victory would effectively give the job to Mr Zuma.