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REPORTING SOUTH AFRICA - RICH MKONDO. The day is April 27, 1994. South Africa is scheduled to hold its first democratic all-race elections. This date is of phenomenal significance to this racially torn Nation. How did this momentous occasion come to be?

Who is behind the violence that has shrouded South Africa's transition to democracy?

What is Inkathage?

When did this new path to democracy take shape?

Where does South Africa go from here?

Why did de Klerk let Mandela out?

How did CODESA get the talks going?

With the unsparing eye of a journalist, South Africa Reuters correspondent Rich Mkondo chronicles the fascinating process of his country's transition to a non-racial democracy  - the making of a new Nation, a process laced with excitement and disappointment, triumphs and pitfalls, redistribution and abuse of power.

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