SOUTH AFRICA'S TUTU ADDRESSES A CROWD IN LONDON'S TRAFALGAR SQUARE ON 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF DEMMOCRATIC ELECTIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA
South Africa's Archbishop Desmond Tutu (R) addresses a crowd in Trafalgar Square, London, April 27, 2004 on the 10th anniversary of the first democratic election in South Africa, watched by (L to R) South Africa's High Commissioner to Britain, Lindiwe Mabuza, Labour MP Frank Dobson and London Mayor Ken Linvingstone. The 1994 elections transferred power from the white-minority rule National Party to the African National Congress, in the process making Nelson Mandela the president of South Africa.
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