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20 years since apartheid: What's changed in South Africa, and what hasn't

The country is better wired and better protected, but more unequal.

Twenty years since the end of apartheid. The anniversary of that day, April 27, 1994, is now a public holiday — Freedom Day. This year South Africans are preparing to go to the polls again, with elections scheduled for May 7. It will be only the fifth general election held since the end of racist white minority rule, and the first since Mandela's death.
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