The ANC raised more than R29-million at a golf day and auction, a media report said on Sunday.
Gauteng ANC leaders have raised more than R29-million for the party's 2014 national elections war chest at a single golf day, City Press reported on Sunday.
Those who attended the gala dinner and fundraising auction at the Killarney golf course in Johannesburg bid for exclusive wine and paintings by artist Rob Kearney.
A painting of struggle hero Chris Hani reportedly sold for R60 000 and paintings of former president Nelson Mandela for R40 000 and R55 000. A painting of a smiling President Jacob Zuma sold for R100 000.
A set of two bottles of Nelson Mandela-branded wine, produced by a Stellenbosch winery to mark the elder statesman's 95th birthday, was sold for R151 000 and a case of 12 bottles sold for R160 000.
At the end of the auction, Gauteng African National Congress chairperson Paul Mashatile reportedly told guests they had raised R26.5-million in pledges and table sales.
City Press said it had learnt that R29-million was raised at the event.
Mashatile urged guests to vote for the ruling party next year.
"I don't want people to go and say we won't vote for the ANC because they don't give us business," he said.
"Tell us if you want business. The only thing is that when we give you business, you must deliver." - Sapa