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Vol 45 No 8

Published 16th April 2004


South Africa

End of an affair

As polling stations closed on 14 April, activists were predicting the end of coalition government. With the African National Congress set to win a two-thirds majority, many ANC supporters questioned the need to remain in coalition with Mangosuthu Buthelezi's Inkatha Freedom Party. Both Buthelezi and ANC President Thabo Mbeki have refused to be drawn.

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