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Under the new political system of South Africa, Mandela led the African National Congress to victory in 1994 and was sworn in as president.
South Africa's first non-racial and democratic government of African National Congress chose the day as public holiday because of its significance to both Afrikaners and Africans.
BLOEMFONTEIN (South Africa) : South Africa is not "falling apart" and the ruling African National Congress (ANC) can run the continent's biggest economy, President Jacob Zuma said, as he sought to dispel the concerns of rating agencies and investors about sluggish growth.
Police now want the African National Congress MP to sign a warning statement - a legal document, which would be the first step towards a charge.
Summary: Pretoria - President of the Russian delegation at the 17th World Festival of Youth and Students (WFYS), Igor Makarov, condemned the "thoughtless and irresponsible" hostile statements to Morocco, by the president of the African National Congress (ANC), Julius Malema, during the opening ceremony of the festival on Monday in Pretoria.
Eugene Terreblanche's violent death on Saturday came amid growing racial tensions in the once white-led country and an ongoing controversy over African National Congress Youth Leader Julius Malema's performance last month of an apartheid-era song that advocates the killing of white farmers.
In 1991 Terreblanche, leader of the AWB party, threatened civil war if power was handed to Nelson Mandela and the African National Congress. In 1997 he was jailed for six years for assaulting a petrol station worker and the attempted murder of a security guard.
The African National Congress received 65.9 per cent of the vote, the Democratic Alliance 16.66 per cent and the Congress of the People (COPE) - formed by ANC dissidents - 7.42 per cent.
Mr Zuma's African National Congress party was expecting an overwhelming victory in the parliamentary election.
The African National Congress leader Nelson Mandela was elected president of South Africa and welcomed to this country.
South Africa's Parliament elects the president from among its members and is dominated by the African National Congress.
September 7, 1992: At least 24 people are killed and 150 injured when soldiers fire on an African National Congress demonstration in South Africa.

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