South africa elections result for 2009
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It had secured Many of those voting on Wednesday for a new parliament and nine provincial legislatures had said they were frustrated by rampant corruption, high unemployment and racial inequalities that persist a generation after the end of white minority rule. Under President Cyril Ramaphosa, who replaced scandal-plagued Jacob Zuma as head of state in , the ANC had hoped to arrest a slide in support on its faltering efforts to address racial disparities in land ownership, housing and services. Analysts had said a poor showing would embolden opponents of Ramaphosa and risk a potential challenge to his leadership. Failure to cross that threshold would be a blow to Ramaphosa as the ANC would have to run it as part of a coalition. The DA has controlled the Western Cape, home to Cape Town, where parliament resides, since and held a more comfortable lead there on Friday.
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Municipal elections were held in South Africa on 1 March , to elect members to the local governing councils in the municipalities of South Africa. The municipalities form the local government of South Africa and are subdivisions of the provinces , thus making them responsible for local service delivery , such as electricity , water and fire services. All major political parties, excepting the SACP who are members of the Tripartite alliance , fielded candidates in the election. The official opposition, the Democratic Alliance DA took
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An overwhelming majority chose anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela to head a new coalition government that included his African National Congress Party, former President F. However, after the massacre of peaceful black demonstrators at Sharpeville in , Mandela helped organize a paramilitary branch of the ANC to engage in guerrilla warfare against the white minority government. In , he was arrested for treason, and although acquitted he was arrested again in for illegally leaving the country.
The vote for a new parliament and nine provincial legislatures is the toughest electoral test yet for the African National Congress, which has ruled South Africa since that vote. The elections are the first test of national sentiment since President Cyril Ramaphosa replaced scandal-plagued Jacob Zuma as head of state in February after four years as his deputy. Queues built up at polling stations throughout the day.