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Ohlange High School is a secondary school in Inanda, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It was the first school in South Africa started by a black person. John Dube, the founder was also the first President of what became the ANC. Dube is buried at the school. The school was chosen by President Nelson Mandela as the place where he would cast his vote in the first racially inclusive election in South Africa in 1994. - Source: Wikipedia

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