South Africa's ruling ANC in 10 dates

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The African National Congress (ANC) led the struggle that toppled apartheid in 1994 and has ruled South Africa ever since, remaining the most popular party despite a series of scandals.

Here are 10 key dates in the history of the party formed more than 100 years ago. - 1912: founded - The South African Native National Congress was founded in 1912 in response to discrimination against blacks in the then-Union of South Africa, established two years earlier through the merger of white-run colonies and territories.

The movement changed its name to ANC in 1923.

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