Mandela's Unknown Revolution: Africa's Biggest Economy


by Noah on Dec 8, 2013 | Views: 247 | Score: 9
South Africa GDP - 1989 Set at 100 as Benchmark
1989100
199099.7
199198.7
199296.63
199397.8
1994100.2
1995104.05
1996108.5
1997111.3
1998111.9
1999114.54
2000119.4
Mandela Administration (1994-1999)
GDP Growth Since 1989 Level (set as 100 for illustration)
Sources: theguardian.com
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Noah
Noah on Dec 8, 2013 7:06 AM said:

While many know the first fully-democratically-elected president of South Africa, Nelson Mandela, as a champion of equality and civil justice, few realize the significance he played in developing the nation into Africa's largest economy. A feat made all the more remarkable by it timeframe: Mandela also handled the transition from apartheid without social or economic collapse during the same period.

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