Anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela, who died Thursday at the age of 95, played a crucial role in ensuring greater racial equality in South Africa.

But today, many challenges still face the nation, including government corruption, an unemployment rate approaching 25 percent, and one of the worst economic inequality gaps in the world.

In an interview with VOA, Mbuyiseni Ndlozi, a spokesperson for the Economic Freedom Fighters political party, reacts to Mandela’s death, and comments on what he says still needs to be done.