Although the Zulu are officially ruled by the government of South Africa, they often act as a dissenting voice on the national scene. Even as Apartheid as an institution is beginning to crumble by 1994, and having extreme “Black Economic Empowerment” and ‘anti-white’ policies re-placed the old “Apartheid”, the country is still entrenched in de facto racism (black racism / tribalism), now even more (2015), then during the Apartheid years. An high crime rate, weak corrupt government combined with black racism, has replaced Apartheid after 1994. With the death of Nelson Mandela, the the ANC-government has basically undone all his visionary work for South Africa. The current President, Jacob Zuma, is in the process of trying to turn South Africa into an one-party dictator state.