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SAFRICA-ELECTION/ZULUS
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May 03, 2014
Residents wait for taxi transport beneath election posters in Pietermaritzburg in South Africa's KwaZulu...
Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
Residents wait for taxi transport beneath election posters in Pietermaritzburg in South Africa's KwaZulu...
Residents wait for taxi transport beneath election posters in Pietermaritzburg in South Africa's KwaZulu Nataal province, in this picture taken April 29, 2014. If the African National Congress (ANC) maintains its 65 percent majority in South Africa's May 7 election, it will be thanks in large part to rural Zulu voters. The ANC's drive to develop this corner of KwaZulu-Natal province, 700 km (450 miles) southeast of Johannesburg, has paid dividends, notably by undermining the rival Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP), once the regional political force. The IFP decline has accelerated under President Jacob Zuma, a 72-year-old Zulu with a rural upbringing and firm beliefs in traditional practices such as polygamy. Picture taken April 29, 2014. REUTERS/Rogan Ward (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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