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List the political parties in South Africa
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South Africa has a multi-party system with numerous political parties. In the National Assembly, parties must gain a minimum number of votes to earn representation.

Here are some of the notable political parties in South Africa:

1. African National Congress (ANC) - The ruling party since the end of apartheid in 1994, traditionally seen as the party of Nelson Mandela. It is a centrist to left-leaning party with a focus on social democracy.

2. Democratic Alliance (DA) - The main opposition party, which is generally considered center-right, advocating for liberal democracy and free-market principles.

3. Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) - A left-wing to far-left party known for its radical and populist policies, particularly around land reform and nationalization of industries.

4. Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) - A Zulu nationalist party that is conservative in its political outlook, focusing on issues of cultural identity and autonomy.

5. Freedom Front Plus (FF+) - A right-wing party that primarily represents the interests of the Afrikaner minority, advocating for minority rights and self-determination.

6. United Democratic Movement (UDM) - A centrist party that focuses on anti-corruption, social justice, and governance issues.

7. Good - A centrist party focused on governance, housing, and economic issues, led by Patricia de Lille.

8. African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP) - A conservative party that bases its platform on Christian principles.

9. Pan Africanist Congress of Azania (PAC) - A left-wing party with a focus on African nationalism and the legacy of its anti-apartheid struggle.

10. Socialist Revolutionary Workers Party (SRWP) - A far-left party that seeks to represent the working class and is aligned with communist and socialist principles.

11. National Freedom Party (NFP) - A party that split from the IFP, focusing on social justice and community development.

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