MK Party calls for rerun of elections amid irregularity claims  

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The MK Party has called for a rerun, not only a recount, claiming voting irregularities in the 2024 election process. This was announced during an impromptu media briefing at the IEC’s national results operation centre on Saturday evening. More than 20 parties are also contesting the elections alongside the MK Party.

Party leader and former president Jacob Zuma, as well as party members addressed the media.
1 Jun 6PM English South Africa News · Daily News

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