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ANC 3.3 mill votes DA 1.3 mill votes nationally

2014-05-08 10:22
Pretoria - The African National Congress has passed the three million votes mark while the Democratic Alliance passed the million votes mark on Thursday morning in the fifth national elections.

At 08:50 the ANC had 3 238 093 votes, making up 60.45% of all counted votes and the DA had 1 374 148 votes, making up 25.65% of the counted votes.

The Economic Freedom Fighters had 233 226 (4.35%) of the votes and the United Democratic Movement had 54 219 (1.01%) of the votes.

The Freedom Front Plus 59 437, (1.11%), the Congress of the People 44 183 (0.82%), Inkatha Freedom Party 116 574 (2.18%), Agang SA 10 841 (0.20%) and the National Freedom Party had 81 183 (1.52%) votes.

A total of 5 488 726 votes had been counted.
- SAPA
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