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Freedom Day South Africa


Friday, 15 February 2019


Commemorates the day in 1994 when the first democratic election was held in South Africa. Today, South Africa celebrates Freedom Day to mark the liberation of the country and its people from a long period of colonialism and White minority domination, known as apartheid.

In the Classroom: 

Teachers might like to read this article from The Conversation - online academic magazine - that looks at the state of the country more than 20 years after free elections.


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