The November 1 local government elections were the second of just two "watershed moments" in SA’s recent history, says the Sunday Times.

The first was the 1994 elections, "when, for the first time, all South Africans, irrespective of race, voted together for a common government". This second watershed saw "the post-apartheid mould of one-party dominance … to all intents and purposes, broken"...

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