Leader and the president of South Africa was an energetic personality. He was very much popular and liked amongst Blacks. He struggled the whole life, spent 26 years in prison. At the age of 70 he was released from jail. Nelson Mandela fought against racism as it was common in South Africa that laws and rules were different for White and Black people. In April 1994 first democratic general elections were held In South Africa. For the first time Black citizens were allowed to caste vote. In 1994 Nelson Mandela became the first Black president of South Africa. We may call the victory of “EQUALITY”.