South Africa’s electoral system: Change and challenges in a new democracy

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Thirty years ago, apartheid came to an end and a new democracy emerged in South Africa. One of the things not discussed often enough during this transition was the change in the country’s electoral system.

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Benedict Lopez
6 Jun 2024 7.14pm

South Africa has not progressed much since the end of apartheid in 1994.

Poverty and crime rate are still high, the infrastructure in many parts of the country is still very bad and it also faces the problem of corruption.