Voters queue at a polling station in Freedom Park informal settlement, Soweto
Voters queue at a polling station in Freedom Park informal settlement, Soweto, April 22, 2009. South Africans voted on Wednesday in an election that poses the toughest test for the ruling African National Congress since apartheid ended 15 years ago. The ruling party is virtually assured a fourth straight win since defeating white minority rule under Nelson Mandela in 1994, and parliament is expected to vote ANC leader Jacob Zuma president after the ballot. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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