South Africa's ruling party set to win election with reduced majority

South Africa’s ruling political party is poised to win the country’s parliamentary election. President Cyril Ramaphosa is looking to tighten his grip on power. He’s vowed to fight corruption and strengthen the economy. CBS News correspondent Debora Patta joined CBSN from Johannesburg with the latest developments.

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  1. Black South Africans elected ANC again不不不不 they are destined to live in tints and have whites own all the land n a black country不不不不

  2. Africa and the diaspora’s EFF now has 44 seats . The days of the African Notorious Criminals’ grip on power are numbered .

  3. Problems with Africa.always the incumbent president wins because of corruption and being western puppets.they also steal the elections its never a fair why vote any way just keep them in power for life.why continue voting for them when you as a people you are languish in poverty. Its an African shame.

  4. Like wtf
    Are these people mocking our country

    Can these people not insinuate that people blindly vote for ANC because of past events

  5. South Africa has become just another corrupt African country. White farmers should apply for Asylum in the United States.

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