South African elections: Why Nelson Mandela's party could lose its dominance

It's been 30 years since Nelson Mandela led the African National Congress (ANC) to power, ending apartheid in South Africa.

But as voters head to the polls, the party is on the verge of losing dominance, after coming under fire over corruption, high levels of crime and economic woes.

Even in the birthplace of the late human rights fighter, communities are suffering from poverty, hunger and no running water.

On the Sky News Daily, Mark Austin speaks to Sky’s Africa correspondent Yousra Elbagir about the decline of Mandela’s legacy, the party’s decreasing popularity and what happens if they lose power.

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