Mandela and The Anti-Apartheid Movement in South Africa
. He announced that he would not run for reelection in 1999, and Thabo Mbeki of the ANC became president.
Today, Mandela advocates HIV prevention and disagrees with the U.S. attack on Iraq without UN approval.
Results - Mandela successfully ended the government policy of apartheid, and improved the living standards for black South Africans. However, violence and bloodshed were devastating results from the anti-apartheid movement, and although apartheid laws no longer exist, apartheid is present in South African society today in the form of racism and prejudice.
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