SOUTH AFRICA: MANDELA’S BROKEN DREAM

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KLEN Michel

by Michel KLEN

2015-12-18
 
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Nelson Mandela’s accession to power in May 1994 and the end of  apartheid created a  breath of  optimism in  the country    of the Cape of Good Hope. The metamorphosis was all the more highly praised because it was not accompanied by violent reactions from the white  minority•1,  including  the  extremist  fringe.  Contrary  to  what many oracles had predicted, there was no civil war between the black and white communities. For five years, President Mandela, enjoying the status of a world icon, was able to manage a policy of eradication of racial segregation.

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