The Morning Edition - K-W | Dec 6, 2013 | 5:31

A Waterloo resident remembers South Africa's 1994 election

Waterloo resident Will Winterfeld saw Nelson Mandela ascend to the presidency of Africa first-hand in 1994. He spent six weeks in the country as an international observer, to help oversee the election

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