Breaking the chains of South Africa's apartheid, and marching on
It's nearly two decades since the country held its first post-apartheid national election. Inequality and racism persist, but still, the country is an amazing success story.
JOHANNESBURG − We blundered about for quite a while in the streets of downtown Pretoria. We were looking for the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Development, on Schoeman Street, but our GPS device led us around in circles. Only after a series of frantic phone calls did the situation become clear: Pretoria is in the process of changing the names of its streets. On the new map of the city, Stephanus...
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