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France 24 | ANC's Zuma confident as country goes to the polls | France 24
South Africa goes to the polls today in an election that is all but certain to bring Jacob Zuma, head of the ruling ANC party, to victory. Zuma had corruption charges against him dropped just two weeks before the vote.

AFP - South Africans went to the polls Wednesday in general elections all but certain to propel the ruling ANC party's controversial leader Jacob Zuma to the presidency.
Lines formed early outside voting stations with a record more than 23 million South Africans registered to cast ballots.
"Most of the voting stations have opened. Where there are problems we are dealing with them," Independent Electoral Commission spokeswoman Kate Bapela told AFP.

by Fran on Wed Apr 22nd, 2009 at 02:11:01 PM EST
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