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South Africa's first free elections after Apartheid

BBC News Wednesday, 24 April 2019
South Africa's first free elections after ApartheidAfter Apartheid ended all South Africans regardless of race were finally able to vote for the first time in 1994. Organising the elections was a huge logistical challenge.
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