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Angry South Africans Stage New Wave of Protests

25 years after South Africa's first democratic elections following apartheid rule, the status quo persists. The same protests on the same issues erupt at regular intervals. More so during elections time to catch the attention of politicians.

Angry South Africans Stage New Wave of Protests
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