Which country’s ruling African National Congress (ANC) party lost its three-decade-old “absolute majority” in 2024 elections?

A. Chad
B. South Africa
C. Kenya
D. Sudan


Correct Answer: B. South Africa

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South Africa’s ruling African National Congress party has lost its outright majority for the first time in a devastating blow for the party once led by Nelson Mandela. The ANC has dominated South African politics since winning in the first post-apartheid elections 30 years ago. The ANC was braced for a disappointing outcome, predicted by polls before Wednesday’s elections, but the final results are even more sobering. It won 40 percent of the vote, falling from 57% in 2019.

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