Will Ramaphoria Save ANC From Other Liberation Parties' Fate?

South Africa has just held its sixth democratic election that saw the African National Congress winning in all provinces except the Western Cape, where they lost to the official opposition Democratic Alliance. Despite the win, the ruling party should be concerned that they won only 57.5% of the vote in the 2019 elections and despite assertions of ruling until the second coming, should look and learn from liberation movements in neighbouring African countries, writes John Allen for AllAfrica.

President Cyril Ramaphosa speaks at the IEC’s official announcement of election results on May 11, 2019.


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