South Africa main opposition party Democratic Alliance supporters of Candidate Leader Mmusi Maimane dance and sing in his support during the party leadership elections on May 10, 2015 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. AFP PHOTO/GIANLUIGI GUERCIA
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South Africa's main opposition group Sunday chose its first black leader at a party congress, seeking to expand its appeal in a country whose ruling party has dominated since the first all-race elections in 1994 .In the 2014 elections, the Democratic Alliance won more than 22 percent of the vote, an increase of more than 5 percent from 2009 .The African National Congress had more than 60 percent of the vote, several percentage points lower than its result in the 2009 elections.
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