When Did Nelson Mandela Become President?

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Nelson Mandela became president on 10th May 1994 after South Africa's first multi-racial elections were held on 27 April 1994. The African National Congress (ANC) won 62% of the votes in the election, and Mandela, as leader of the ANC, was inaugurated as the country's first black President. He presided over the transition from minority rule and apartheid, winning international respect for his advocacy of national and international reconciliation.
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Nelson Mandela, the former South African president, became the first black South Africa's president on 10 May, 1994.
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