Freedom Day is a South African public holiday celebrated on 27 April, the date, which marks freedom and commemorates the first post-apartheid elections.
While this day is marked as one of the important days in history, many people in South Africa are still lost with not knowing more about what the day holds.
It’s a good idea to head back to SA’s roots on Freedom Day – not only to remember the bitter history and wrongs of the past, but to celebrate just how far we’ve come as a nation in building bridges to a better future for everyone.
Take a look at the following facts below and learn more about Freedom day.
1. The day celebrates freedom and commemorates the first post-apartheid elections held on that day in 1994.