South Africa’s main opposition party has elected its first black leader. Mmusi Maimane's good looks and skills as an orator have led some to liken him to Barack Obama. Fiona Symon asks Andrew Engand, FT correspondent in Johannesburg, whether he can challenge the power of the ruling ANC.

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