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South Africa sets elections for May 29

By France24
21 February 2024   |   12:05 pm
May 29 is set as the date when South Africa's ruling ANC party will face voters for what may be the first real challenge to its domination of the political landscape. Also, Guinea's ruling junta doubles down on its dissolution of the government by announcing further restrictions.

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