The Footprints of Apartheid
Monday, 5 February 2018
Apartheid was abolished in 1990, but its consequences are still present in various parts of South Africa, with part of the country’s black population living in persistent poverty. In November 2017, Tempo journalist Stefanus teguh Pramono explored the footprints of apartheid in several neighborhoods in Johannesburg and Cape Town, including Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was kept prisoner. Also held on the island was Prince Chakraningrat IV...
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