South Africans vote with ANC majority in the balance

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South Africans are set to vote in the most pivotal election since the racist system of apartheid ended in 1994.
More than 27 million people are registered to cast their ballots in a poll that highlights growing political fragmentation after 30 years of democracy.
A record of 70 parties and 11 independents are contesting an election that will see South Africans vote for a new parliament, and nine provincial legislatures.
The African National Congress (ANC) being in power since anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela led it to victory at the end of white-minority rule, are seeking a seventh term in office.

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