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Today's Doodle: Celebrating Freedom Day and Enoch Sontonga
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Today South Africans celebrate Freedom Day! The first post apartheid elections were held on this date in 1994, and each year this important event is remembered with public holiday. 

Today's Doodle also honors choirmaster, poet, and composer Enoch Sontonga, who wrote the first version of Africa’s democratic national anthem, “Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrika” (“God Bless Africa”), in 1897. Over the years, the song developed and gained popularity, even making it to London recording studio in 1923. It later merged with the country’s other anthem, “Die Stem” (“The Call of South Africa”). 

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