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South Africans Vote in Nationwide Elections

South Africans are casting ballots in the first nationwide elections to include voters born after the end of apartheid in 1994. Voter participation is said to be mixed, with some polling stations reporting a moderate or heavy turnout. The opposition Democratic Alliance said it expected a strong turnout in urban areas but the party still struggles to appeal to mainstream black voters. Analysts predict the ruling African National Congress (ANC) will capture more than 60 percent of the popular...

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