IEC announces final voting tally for the Western Cape
…I ask political parties to show the citizens graciousness in defeat… and in victory… we’re all South Africans…Courtney Sampson, Western Cape head - IEC
The Democratic Alliance has retained control of the Western Cape, announced IEC Western Cape head Courtney Sampson on Friday afternoon.
Voter turnout was around 66% (6% down on 2014).
The final result:
DA - 55.54%
ANC - 28.57%
EFF - 4%
For more detail listen to the announcement in the audio below.
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