Thirty years of democracy in South Africa: The rule of law

On April 27, 1994, all South Africans were urged to join the first free elections. Nelson Mandela was set to win, marking the end of the apartheid regime. A new Constitution would then be drafted, safeguarding all South Africans and hailed as the most forward-thinking in Africa. This foundational law is upheld by the Constitutional Court, a significant landmark in downtown Johannesburg and in the hearts of its residents.

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