by Zeb Larson
Twenty-five years ago, South Africa peacefully transitioned from a white-minority government to a black majority government, yet the legacy of apartheid still lingers today.
SOURCE: Imperial & Global Forum
by Emily Bridger
The African National Congress’s continued political success owes much to its use of the past and the memory of Nelson Mandela.
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