This book is about the impact that the first democratic elections in South Africa that took place in 1994 made for South Africans. The book looks at cultural diversity on work relations post these elections. It focuses on work relations of a a multicultural physiotherapy department in a South African public hospital after these democratic elections. There is an impact that different cultures have on work relations and this becomes more evident post the first democratic elections. Some of the aspects that were evident as affecting work relations were identified as different languages, the age gaps among the colleagues, different cultures and different races. The book also mentions that different cultures need to be acknowledged, known and be respected in order to promote smooth work relations.