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SAFRICA-ELECTION/POVERTY
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May 11, 2011
A mother washes clothes as an African National Congress (ANC) election poster is seen on the shack she...
Soweto, South Africa
Mother washes clothes as ANC election poster is seen on shack she and her family live in at Waterworks,...
A mother washes clothes as an African National Congress (ANC) election poster is seen on the shack she and her family live in at Waterworks, an informal settlement outside Soweto May 9, 2011. It took 12 years after the end of apartheid for the Waterworks shantytown to get running water, and 17 years for the ruling ANC to face a voter backlash from its disenchanted residents.
In Waterworks and many similar settlements across South Africa, the biggest issue for municipal elections on May 18 is the unfulfilled dream of African National Congress rule. Picture taken May 9.
REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ELECTIONS)
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