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South Africa's Ramaphosa Targets Reforms After Election Win

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South Africa's Ramaphosa Targets Reforms After Election Win

South Africa's Ramaphosa Targets Reforms After Election Win

According to Reuters, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa led the African National Congress to victory in Wednesday’s election, but a drop in its share of the vote underlines the challenge he may face.

With opponents in the ANC and an emboldened far-left opposition party, the former union leader may struggle to deliver on his promises to push through tough reforms.

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