South African President Nelson Mandela delivered this speech at his inauguration on May 10, 1994. He promised to dismantle apartheid government policies and rebuild a "united, democractic, non-racial, non-sexist" country.
Nelson Mandela delivered this speech at the Nobel Peace Prize Award Ceremony on December 10, 1993. He and F.W. de Klerk receieved the award for their work on ending apartheid in South Africa.
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Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille joins Ann Cooper of Columbia University to offer her thoughts on recent events in South African politics.
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