Test your knowledge of South African political history with the DM168 online news quiz

Test your knowledge of South African political history with the DM168 online news quiz
The South African flag is waved at the 2010 Fifa World Cup at Peter Mokaba Stadium in June 2010 in Polokwane, South Africa. (Photo: Clive Mason / Getty Images)

How much do you know about South Africa's political history? Take DM168’s latest online news quiz. From the negotiations for democracy to the first democratic election and more, this quiz covers the events and figures that shaped South Africa's transition to democracy.

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  • Roelf Pretorius says:

    It is true that the Boipatong massacre played a role in the ANC’s withdrawal, but I can still vividly remember Nelson Mandela motivating it by saying that the NP wants to have a system where the “majority loses all”.

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