Race & Equality • 5m 56s
Though apartheid in South-Africa was abolished in 1994 some of its institutions, such as townships, remain. Initially constructed to house black citizens as part of segregationist policy these are still home to underprivileged, largely-black communities. Experience life in the townships through its inhabitants as they explain the difficulties of living in an environment with limited space, privacy, amenities and questionable safety.
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