DASO poster (Photo Courtesy of DA Youth Facebook page)
In post-apartheid South Africa, political party affiliation still mostly falls along racial lines. The Democratic Alliance, one of the country's two dominant parties, is seen as a party of white and mixed-race voters. But as Anders Kelto reports, the DA is now trying to attract black voters.
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