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South Africans head to the polls amid frustrations with crime, corruption and immigration

by Andy Uhler May 8, 2019
Polls indicate the ANC is likely to retain control.
People queue to vote for South Africa's national and provincial elections at a polling station in the Tlhabologang township in Coligny on May 8, 2019. - South Africans voted on May 8 in the country's sixth democratic general election since the end of apartheid in 1994.
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