The end of apartheid, marked by South Africa's first ever elections open to everyone, has inspired workers and youth across the world.
Peter Taaffe explains how it was the determined struggle of the black working class which dealt the death blow to Aparthied. Using interviews with workers in South Africa, he shows how they fought the viscous Inkatha organisation and state repression.
How was this acheived? What does the new ANC government mean for the South African masses? What will happen next?