The WHITE ghettos that blight South Africa

A quarter of a century ago black South Africans were living in squalor while most whites lived the good life in apartheid-era South Africa.

Nelson Mandela was released from prison in 1990 and four years later he took over as President from F W De Klerk and the pair shared the Nobel Peace Prize.

Apartheid – a grotesque and brutal form of government in which whites held all the power and blacks and other racial groups were segregated and oppressed – was condemned to the dustbin of history.

Nowadays there is a strange form of equality.

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