In what some analysts have described as a "coming-of-age" of South African democracy, the nation concluded its second democratic election on Wednesday. In contrast to the first multiracial election five years ago, Wednesday's polling was almost completely free of violence or disorder. It also appears that the governing African National Congress (ANC) has won a commanding victory, perhaps as much as two-thirds of the vote. Some attribute this victory to a continuing "honeymoon" with the ANC after
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