"The African Union - declared Friday that the 2014 South African national and provincial elections were free, fair, transparent and credible."
Pretoria, May 10 - The South African Independent Electoral Commission - has counted 100 percent of the votes in the 2014 general elections, media reported Saturday.

The IEC will announce the results at 6 p.m., SA News reported.

The African National Congress - is leading with 62.16 percent of the votes followed by the Democratic Alliance - with 22.22 percent and Economic Freedom Fighters - with 6.35 percent.

Smaller parties like Inkatha Freedom Party - finished with 2.40 percent and National Freedom Party - with 1.57 percent.

Along with EFF and NFP, the third party to debut in parliament this year is the African Independent Congress -, the IEC said.

The African Union - declared Friday that the 2014 South African national and provincial elections were free, fair, transparent and credible.

South Africans voted Wednesday to elect the new National Assembly and provincial legislatures.


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