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Some South Africans Voice Discontent With Ruling ANCi
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Emilie Iob
May 01, 2014 3:45 PM
South Africans are preparing for elections scheduled for May 7, and some former officials with the ruling ANC have called for a protest vote against the party during next week's balloting. For millions of South Africans still living without basic services, change promised by Nelson Mandela's historic party is taking too long to occur. Emilie Iob reports on what this election may mean for the future of the ANC.

Some South Africans Voice Discontent With Ruling ANC

Published May 01, 2014

South Africans are preparing for elections scheduled for May 7, and some former officials with the ruling ANC have called for a protest vote against the party during next week's balloting. For millions of South Africans still living without basic services, change promised by Nelson Mandela's historic party is taking too long to occur. Emilie Iob reports on what this election may mean for the future of the ANC.


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