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Measuring South Africa’s progress since apartheid

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Measuring South Africa’s progress since apartheid

According final results announced Saturday, the ruling African National Congress won South Africa's national elections, though it failed to gain a two-thirds majority and its leader has faced growing criticism. Worldfocus editorial consultant Peter Eisner examines South Africa's progress since apartheid, however imperfect the country and its leaders may still be.

Posted: April 27, 2009 12:27   Comments: 0
Ruling party anticipates win in South Africa elections

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Ruling party anticipates win in South Africa elections

South Africa held national parliamentary elections on Wednesday. The ruling African National Congress is widely expected to emerge victorious, but analysts say the ANC will struggle to win the two-thirds majority that it has won in the past, with new challengers set to make a strong showing.

Posted: April 22, 2009 14:14   Comments: 1
Q&A: South Africa’s upcoming elections and power players

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Q&A: South Africa’s upcoming elections and power players

South Africans are scheduled to head to the polls on Wednesday to vote in the country’s fourth national elections since the end of apartheid. PBS WIDE ANGLE speaks with Azad Essa, a political blogger for the South African newspaper The Mail and Guardian, about the significance of the upcoming elections.

Posted: April 21, 2009 09:39   Comments: 1

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