On May 2, 1994, Nelson Mandela, became the first Black President in South Africa’s history. The man, known as Madiba,went on to be dubbed ‘the Father of a Nation’, during his life of service. Close to 20 Million South Africans took part in the election, causing the voting period to be extended for two days.
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