The results are in. These are the icons of our last 25 years which YOU voted for

25 Years - 25 icons of democracy.

During Sunday's MTN Walk the Talk with 702, participants passed many landmarks connected with the heroes of our history.

As we celebrate a quarter of a century of freedom, 702 asked you, our listeners, to nominate the figures whose contributions you value most.

Those with the most nominations were put to your vote in five categories and here are your winners!

From Madiba to Ma Brrr - scroll down for the full list of icons and their fellow-finalists, and explainer videos.

For Good icon: Gift of the Givers' founder Imtiaz Sooliman(Other finalists: Mark Heywood, Lebo Mashile, Zanele Muholi, Gloria Serobe)

Thought Leader icon: Late president Nelson Mandela(Other finalists: Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, Prof. Mamokgethi Phakeng, Prof. Bongani Mayosi, Thabo Mbeki)

Youth icon: Late child HIV activist Nkosi Johnson(Other finalists: Fasiha Hassan, Sho Madjozi, Kopano Matlwa, Trevor Noah)

Sporting icon: Olympic gold medallist athlete Caster Semenya(Other finalists: Penny Heyns, Portia Modise, Makhaya Ntini, Lucas Radebe)

Arts and Culture icon: Late Queen of African Pop, Brenda Fassie(Other finalists: Johnny Clegg, Jonas Gwangwa, Esther Mahlangu, Hugh Masakela)

Watch videos about each of the icons below...

Related News

Thousands take to Joburg's street to celebrate 25 years of Democracy

The 18th edition of Joburg’s most iconic walk saw over 50 000 people taking to the city’s streets.

Thank you Joburg for walking in celebration of 25 years of democracy!

Around 55 000 people took part in the 18th edition of MTN Walk the Talk with 702 on Sunday. Here are just SOME of the highlights.

Tips for the last week leading up to race day, and then for race day itself.

David Katz speaks to Refiloe Mpakanyane about how to prepare for Walk the Talk Sunday.