Violence and inequality—how the end of apartheid failed black South Africa
In the early 1990s, Nelson Mandela and his political party, the ANC, ended apartheid peacefully but the leaders of the new democracy did not address the economic inequality of the apartheid era. Today it is tearing the nation apart.
by ABC Radio
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