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SA polls close without incident

Polls have closed in South Africa where people of all races have cast their vote in the country’s third democratic general election since apartheid. The ruling African National Congress is almost certain to win its third victory since all-race elections began in 1994. Despite this, a good turnout was recorded among the 21 million voters. Fears of a repeat of past election-day violence in the two most closely contested states, Western Cape and KwaZulu Natal, proved ungrounded. Full Story

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