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nnnnn any new chapter in the history of south africa's main opposition party nnnnn democratic alliance picking its first ever black leader musi my money moving beyond its traditionally white image to try and widen its popularity the d. a. still has some way to go to challenge saw africa's established ruling party the african national congress which is been in power since the end of apartheid more than twenty years ago some say the opposition has , committed in , off to improving the lives of poor black people in the country bayamon a. says he is out to change that , then south this is all about date until only happen if we all recognize the place out in the quality of the past still remains with us today , my motto is just thirty four in the party hopes that his age and the fact that he grew up in the rough johannesburg township of soweto will chime well with young black working class voters but not everyone thinks it's that simple one analyst telling voices that unless the new leader rings in some significant policy changes south africans will see the democratic alliance as little more than a white party led by a black man