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South Africa’s president won’t resign despite ANC losing majority for first time – POLITICO

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa called for unity after his African National Congress party failed to secure a majority, marking a new era for Africa’s most advanced economy.

This is the first time the ANC, once led by Nelson Mandela, has failed to win a majority in an election since the end of the white minority in the early 1990s. The ANC will now likely turn towards a political rival to gain the support they need to govern in coalition.

“We have heard the voice of our people and we must respect their choices and their wishes,” Ramaphosa said. “The people of South Africa expect their leaders to work together to meet their needs.

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