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Election In South Africa: Slow Decline Of Nelson Mandela’s Party


Thirty years ago, South Africans cast their ballots in the country’s first free and fair election. Today, as they head to the polls, the African National Congress may lose its outright majority for the first time since then. 

A new generation of voters do not have the lived experience of apartheid, and they blame the A.N.C. for joblessness, rampant crime and an economy blighted by electricity blackouts.

 Voter turnout fell below 50 percent for the first time in 2021, reported by the NYT.

ccording to NYT.


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