This Day in History Entry #63

April 27th, 2010 by Wordsman

With Apartheid, blacks were kept remote
But it came to end, sure as boats float
They elected a fella
Named Nelson Mandela
The first time that they got to vote

Events: The Group Areas Act (formal institution of segregation) is passed; the first general election in which blacks could vote is held in South Africa
Years: 1950; 1994
Learn more:,_1994

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