Transcript for South Africans Wait on Hour-Long Lines to Vote in Fifth Election Since Apartheid’s End
All day here in South Africa folks have been lining up like this we got up. Before 6 AM this morning -- blinds were already starting to cue up it's Election Day here. Twenty years since the first free elections in South Africa and Nelson Mandela. Elected then. Now this lies about an hour -- folks are you. And folks have been waiting calmly of the most people here say that they know who they're gonna vote for now. A lot of people in South Africa had been talking about the born free generation that's a generation of people were born after the April 27 1994 elections. Very few of them. Have actually registered to vote only about a third of the country. And one of them as someone that we talked to who's -- -- line here -- her name is Dara. She's right over here it's Aaron -- I -- going. -- they're voting today you're one of not many of your friends who decided to vote right now what he feels important. -- life and the fame unlike late pregnancy and development lending -- one. Even if you know what he -- eventual outcome will be an ancient hatred. It's -- me and even at the last minute after this question. And others. Six -- And even into the islands and may not what you went -- -- will be -- the magnitude connection. I can't say it's right. Thank you. So a lot of folks say that they already know who's gonna win this election it is the ANC Jacob Zuma will again be the president but maybe next time things will be different and -- -- the very effective in franchise and still seems a luxury a lot of people a lot of things one of the things you'll notice it's very important. White and black people here in this line in Pretoria South Africa. I'm not gotten ABC news in Pretoria South Africa.
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