Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
First-time voter Shaniel Naidoo stands outside his home in Northdale, near Pietermaritzburg
First-time voter Shaniel Naidoo, 20, stands outside his home in Northdale, near Pietermaritzburg April 16, 2014. Shaniel said, "When the young people are voting now it's because they want the South Africa to change, to be a better South Africa. They want things to go in the right way, especially with the youngster's education. Most of the youngsters finishing school now are still without jobs. So that's one thing the political parties need to turn around, to create more jobs in South Africa". Around 20 million South Africans - or some 40 percent of the population - are so-called "Born Frees," the term bestowed on the first generation to grow up with no memory of apartheid. Some will soon be voting for the first time in their country's upcoming general election. April 27 this year marks the 20th anniversary of South Africa's first multi-racial elections, which ended three centuries of white domination and 46 years of formalised oppression of the black majority under the apartheid system. Picture taken April 16, 2014. REUTERS/Rogan Ward (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
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