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IEC announces provincial results

2014-05-10 19:12
(Sapa)

Pretoria - Electoral Commission chairperson Pansy Tlakula on Saturday announced the final results for provincial elections held on Wednesday.

Below is a list of parties who secured seats in provincial legislatures.

EASTERN CAPE:

- AIC 1

- Cope 1

- EFF 2

- UDM 4

- DA 10

- ANC 45

NORTHERN CAPE:

- Cope 1

- EFF 2

- DA 7

- ANC 20

GAUTENG:

- IFP 1

- FFPlus 1

- EFF 8

- DA 23

- ANC 40

KZN:

- Minority Front 1

- EFF 2

- NFP 6

- IFP 9

- DA 10

- ANC 52

LIMPOPO:

- Cope 1

- DA 3

- EFF 6

- ANC 39

MPUMALANGA:

- Bushbuck Ridge Residents Association 1

- EFF 2

- DA 3

- ANC 24

NORTH WEST:

- FF Plus 1

- DA 4

- EFF 5

- ANC 23

WESTERN CAPE:

- ACDP 1

- EFF 1

- ANC 14

- DA 26

FREE STATE

- FF Plus 1

- EFF 2

- DA 5

- ANC 22

- SAPA
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