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ANC 3.3 MILL VOTES, DA 1.3 MILL VOTES NATIONALLY

The African National congress has surpassed the 3million votes mark and the DA is second passing the 1million votes mark - in the 2014 national elections.

The ANC is now making up 60.45 percent of all counted votes - while DA is 25.65% and the EFF with 4.35 percent.

President Jacob Zuma addressed the media yesterday

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The African National Congress has passed the three million votes mark while the Democratic Alliance passed the million votes mark on Thursday morning in the fifth national elections.

At 8.50am the ANC had 3,238,093 votes, making up 60.45 percent of all counted votes and the DA had 1,374,148 votes, making up 25.65 percent of the counted votes.

The Economic Freedom Fighters had 233,226 (4.35 percent) of the votes and the United Democratic Movement had 54,219 (1.01 percent) of the votes.

The Freedom Front Plus 59,437, (1.11 percent), the Congress of the People 44,183 (0.82 percent), Inkatha Freedom Party 116,574 (2.18 percent), Agang SA 10,841 (0.20 percent) and the National Freedom Party had 81,183 (1.52 percent) votes.

A total of 5,488,726 votes had been counted.

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The African National congress has surpassed the 3million votes mark and the DA is second passing the 1million votes mark in the 2014 national elections.

The ANC is now making up 60.45 % of all counted votes while DA is 25.65% and the EFF with 4.35 %.

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May 8, 2014 - 11:00am

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