Despite reports that South African blacks and whites are disenchanted with their government, turnout for yesterday’s election was massive. Two other parties challenged the African National Congress of Nelson Mandella. The Democratic Alliance (DA) appeals to white liberals and the Congress of the People (COPE) is composed of former ANC members. Not all the votes have been counted, but it’s a resounding victory for the ruling party. Does that mean more of the same? Scott Baldauf is in Johannesburg for the Christian Science Monitor.