The African National Congress is certain to win the May 2014 election 20 years after it led the momentous change from an apartheid regime to black majority rule. But splits in the ANC ranks have raised questions about the leadership of President Jacob Zuma who is already mired in allegations of corruption. A poor result could be an excuse for his departure.

TWENTY years since one of the most controversial and celebrated post-Cold War political transitions, South Africa faces its fifth general election.

The poll, on May 7, 2014, will elect 400 members for the National Assembly through proportional representation - half from national and half from provincial party lists.

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Professor Jaime Nogueira Pinto
It is critical for the ANC to remain above 60 per cent for President Zuma to keep his job. The ANC took 64 per cent of the vote last time
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