Black South Africans are slowly losing faith in the party that ended apartheid, accusing it of being wasteful, ineffective and out of touch.
April 27, 1994 South Africans sing while waiting in line to vote in the historic first democratic election on April 27, 1994, in Lindelani, in Natal province, South Africa. President Nelson Mandela voted there in the morning, and these youngsters sang to honor him as his car went by. Mandela served one five-year term and retired in 1999. Per-Anders Pettersson Buy Photo