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Qaanitah Hunter | Why SA can teach the US a thing or two about elections

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A resident of Ipelegeng township makes his mark in the Mamusa Local Municipality by-elections. Picture: Tebogo Letsie/City Press
A resident of Ipelegeng township makes his mark in the Mamusa Local Municipality by-elections. Picture: Tebogo Letsie/City Press

The vote counting process after citizens have voted in the United States has been an eye-opener for Qaanitah Hunter. She writes that South Africa could teach the US a thing or two. 

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