Historical / 52m / Feature / Documentary
The African National Congress (ANC) is the grand old man of liberation politics on the African continent. As it marks its centenary, the party of Nelson Mandela stops to consider its epic past, which shaped South Africa's political evolution over the last century. From its founding in 1912 by African intellectuals, through the dark days of apartheid to the almost miraculous transition to democracy in the early 1990s, the ANC has been at the centre in the fight for human rights in South Africa.
Directed by Marion Edmunds