We regret that due to a technical error our report of Nelson Mandela's death was unintentionally published. It has now been taken down.
After the fall of apartheid, South Africa's national broadcaster, the SABC, was transformed into a vibrant source of independent information. But things have since changed – and not for the better.
South Africans celebrate Freedom Day on April 27 to commemorate the first post-apartheid elections in 1994. The ruling ANC will seek to boost its image while other groups protest against the government.
South Africa is marking Freedom Day. 22 years ago, Nelson Mandela and the ANC were elected to usher in the new post-apartheid era. The ANC has since lost its moral authority to lead, writes DW's Claus Stäcker.
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