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Durban heritage follows the footsteps of Mandela

Durban’s political heritage makes it a vital cornerstone of SA political history, giving rise to the first President of ANC, Mr John Langalibalele Dube, and, influencing our first democratically elected President, Nelson Mandela.

Nelson Mandela personally recognised Dr JL Dube when he stepped up to cast his first democratic vote in 1994 at the Ohlanga Institute, in Inanda, the first school in apartheid South Africa to be established by Africans.

A visit to Durban’s KwaMuhle Museum and Inanda’s Ohlanga institute allows visitors to understand the past, following in the footsteps of Nelson Mandela and Dr JL Dube, two of the most influential leaders who moulded today’s democratic South Africa.

When it comes to political history…#DurbanHasMore.

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