South African politics remains centre stage. With the results from seven provinces now in, Deputy President Ramaphosa has secured 62 per cent of branch nominations, to 38 per cent for Dr Dlamini-Zuma- These figures excluding votes for others and the unity votes in Mpumalanga, even when using the contested Free State results that questionably favoured Dlamini-Zuma. Karabo Letlhatlha, CNBC Africa political economy reporter gives insight into how the race is shaping up.
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