Published 13:34 IST, May 25th 2024

South Africa Elections: No Party May Get Majority. Here's What It'll Mean

The vote occurs in the lower house of Parliament, known as the National Assembly, and it needs at least 201 votes from its 400 lawmakers to elect a president.

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The most immediate impact if there is no party with a majority would be on how the president is chosen and if ANC leader and current President Cyril Ramaphosa is reelected for a second and final five-year term.
Current President Cyril Ramaphosa. | Image: AP
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13:34 IST, May 25th 2024