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The April 1994 international mediation team in South Africa, with Washington Okumu sitting between the US’s Henry Kissinger and the UK’s Peter Carrington. Washington Okumu, reused by Nancy J. Jacobs with permission

South Africa’s first election was saved by a Kenyan: the fascinating story of Washington Okumu, the accidental mediator

In a matter of days, one Kenyan’s intervention helped give South Africa a peaceful transition to its first post-apartheid government.
ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa, centre, and his deputy, Paul Mashatile, right, help cut the cake at the party’s 112th anniversary celebration at Mbombela Stadium, Mpumalanga. Dirk Kotze/Gallo Images via Getty Images

South Africa’s ANC marks its 112th year with an eye on national elections, but its record is patchy and future uncertain

The ANC leans heavily on its liberation movement brand. But this will not necessarily be a determining factor in who will sway voters later this year.

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