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Helen Zille(R), leader of the Democratic Alliance(DA), is hugges by Mamphela Ramphele during a press conference where she was announced as the DA Presidential candidate for the upcoming 2014 South African elections, on January 28, 2014, in Cape Town. South Africa's centrist opposition parties joined forces Tuesday to challenge the ruling ANC at upcoming elections, with black consciousness stalwart Mamphela Ramphele tapped as their presidential candidate. The opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) announced it would field Ramphele -- the partner of slain South African hero Steve Biko -- to face beleaguered incumbent president Jacob Zuma. AFP PHOTO / RODGER BOSCHRODGER BOSCH/AFP/Getty Images
Helen Zille(R), leader of the Democratic Alliance(DA), is hugges by Mamphela Ramphele during a press conference where she was announced as the DA Presidential candidate for the upcoming 2014 South African elections, on January 28, 2014, in Cape Town. South Africa's centrist opposition parties joined forces Tuesday to challenge the ruling ANC at upcoming elections, with black consciousness stalwart Mamphela Ramphele tapped as their presidential candidate. The opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) announced it would field Ramphele -- the partner of slain South African hero Steve Biko -- to face beleaguered incumbent president Jacob Zuma. AFP PHOTO / RODGER BOSCHRODGER BOSCH/AFP/Getty Images

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