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Nelson Mándela

(Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, Mvezo, Transkei, 1918 - Johannesburg, 2013) South African
activist and politician who led the anti-apartheid movements and who, after a long struggle
and 27 years in prison, presided in 1994 the first government that put an end to the regime
racist. The twentieth century left two world wars, the extermination camps and atomic terror,
but also great champions of the fight against injustice, such as Mahatma Gandhi or Martin
Luther King. The last and most charismatic of them was Nelson Mandela. Like any African
child in rural areas, the childhood of Nelson Mandela was spent in games and in close
contact with the traditions of his people. Son of the head of a tribe, he was called Rolihlahla,
which means unruly, but at the age of seven, so that he could attend the Methodist school,
he was baptized with the name of Nelson in the church of Transkei; already famous, his
compatriots would call him Madiba, by the name of his clan
El mejor en las elecciones de 1994
The general elections of South Africa in 1994 were held from April 26 to 29, 1994.1 they were
the first elections held in South Africa, applying the right to universal suffrage and
consolidating the end of the apartheid regime. The election was conducted under the direction
of the Independent Electoral Commission.
Studies
Nelson Mandela around 1937. With the aim of becoming a private counselor for the tembu
real house, Mandela began his secondary education at Engcobo at the Clarke bury Boarding
Institute whose system was Western education, apart from being the largest school for black
Africans in Tembuland.27The egalitarian environment of the institute made him leave behind
his aristocratic character, reason why he got to have for the first time a girl among his friends;
he also practiced sports and began his passion for gardening.28 Upon attaining his first-
level secondary school certificate in two years, 29 in 1937 he enrolled in Healdtown
Comprehensive School, a Methodist institution in Fort Beaufort where most members of the
real house tembu studied, among them Justice.30 The director of this school made the
learning of English culture and its system of government prevail, but Mandela was more
interested in the culture of the native peoples of Africa. 1.3. Fight against apartheid, arrest
and years in prison In 1948, a group of radical nationalists arrived at the government of
South Africa. They brought with them a regime of racial segregation in which the supremacy
of the white man prevailed. Mandela, far from succumbing to the racist absolutism of the
government, organized a rebellion of non-violent civil disobedience from within the ANC.
After 10 years of incessant struggle against apartheid, the ruling leaders wanted to put an
end to the ANC's resistance and illegalize the party, leading Mandela and the other activists
to organize an armed struggle from the underground. On August 5, 1962, Nelson Mandela
was arrested for conspiracy against the government (among other crimes) and would spend
the next 27 years in jail.
REFERENCES

https://www.biografiasyvidas.com/biografia/m/mandela.htm

https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nelson_Mandela