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South Africa's coalition talks set to start after ANC loses majority


Official results from South Africa's election were expected to confirm on Sunday the end of the African National Congress' 30 years of majority governing and start the clock on a race to form a new ruling coalition.

Counting from the May 29 poll was almost complete on Sunday morning, with results in from 99.9% of polling stations. South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) had 40.2% of votes, down from 57.5% in the 2019 parliamentary vote.

Source(s): Reuters
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