'Born Frees' Prepare To Vote In South Africa South Africa's ruling party is likely to take a majority of the vote at the polls in Wednesday's elections, despite high unemployment and a recent corruption scandal, explains the BBC's Audrey Brown.
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'Born Frees' Prepare To Vote In South Africa

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'Born Frees' Prepare To Vote In South Africa

'Born Frees' Prepare To Vote In South Africa

'Born Frees' Prepare To Vote In South Africa

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South Africans head to the polls Wednesday for general elections. The African National Congress is likely to take a majority of the vote, despite pervasive unemployment and a recent corruption scandal involving President Jacob Zuma, explains the BBC's Audrey Brown.