South Africa Goes to the Polls in Hard Fought Election

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South Africans go to the polls today in what is predicted to be the most competitive election since the end of apartheid. Also in the programme, Delhi hits record-level temperatures and South Korea's clean-up effort after North Korea sends hundreds of balloons of rubbish that land across the country(Picture: People wait in line to cast their votes in Johannesburg, South Africa. Credit: Chris McGrath/Getty Images)
29 May 10AM English United Kingdom News

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