Google Doodle to commemorate Freedom Day in South Africa.
On April 27, 1994 , the Republic of South Africa held the first general election in which all races were allowed to vote. The election marked the official end of apartheid in South Africa. Millions of people queued over a three-day period to cast their ballots for the first time in their lives. Close to 20 million votes were counted and Nelson Mandela was elected the first black President of South Africa.
April 27 is now known as Freedom Day; it commemorates this first election while promoting democracy and celebrating freedom.
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