Eruvs and Electric Fences: Inside the Walls of Johannesburg’s Jews

Twenty years of freedom later, yet with crime, poverty and corruption rampant, tens of thousands of Jews still call South Africa’s largest city home. What keeps them there?

Judd Yadid
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Economic Freedom Fighters' leader Julius Malema, top, greeting supporters, April 29, 2014.Credit: AP