Freedom Day will be celebrated. Friday the country will be celebrating 24 years since the majority of its people was legally allowed to cast their vote for the first time. In 1994, just four years after the release from prison of the acknowledged leader of a free South Africa, Nelson Mandela, everyone could vote. The day is celebrated and commemorated in most corners of the country.Black people who, until then had no official voice, owing to apartheid, proudly pushed their vote through the top groove of the ballot box. City Vision took to the streets to find out what the day meant to ordinary men and women.