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The Convention for a Democratic South Africa (best known by its acronym, Codesa (or CODESA) was a negotiating forum set up under the chairmanship of the ANC’s Cyril Ramaphosa and the NP’s Roelf Meyer to produce a new constitutional dispensation in South Africa at the end of 1991, This lead to the first democratic general elections in 1994, after some deadlocks had been solved.

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