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South Africa's unity government now has five parties, ANC says

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June 17, 2024
Reuters

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - The African National Congress said on Monday South Africa's new government has five parties in it so far, representing more than two thirds of the seats in the National Assembly, and talks with other parties were ongoing.

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