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20 Years of Democracy in South Africa | Q&A Screening "Behind The Rainbow"

Thabo Mbeki and Jacob Zuma are the most prominent figures in the ANC. In exile they were brothers in arms, and during Mandela’s presidency they worked together to build an antiracist state. Today they are bitter enemies. Jihan El-Tahri examines the ANC’s transition from liberation movement to governing party and questions the effect of power on the dream of equality.