Ahead of Freedom Day on 27 April, and the 18th anniversary of the new South Africa, political activist Amina Cachalia shares her memories of Nelson Mandela's inauguration as the country's first democratically elected president.
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The “born frees” turn 18 this year, coming of age at the same time as a democratic South Africa. While they acknowledge the struggle, for them the future is more important than looking back to a past that happened before they were born.
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The Progressive Women’s Movement of South Africa is playing its part for a better South Africa by taking part in training in conflict management, thereby developing the skills to play mediation roles in local communities.
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South Africa's Constitutional Court is home to one of the country's most talked about art collections, but here you'll find more than just pretty pictures on a wall, because each piece tells a story of South Africa's history.
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