Apartheid ended 22 years ago in South Africa, but a sense of segregation can still be felt strongly in its urban fabric.
Under apartheid, black communities were separated from white communities via a combination of physical obstacles, both manmade and geographic. Over the past two decades, the nation has tried to dismantle the divisive urban planning that was put in place during apartheid, not always successfully.
It’s been nearly 20 years since apartheid in South Africa ended, but one political poster depicting an interracial couple has caused a furor throughout the country. The poster, which depicts a white man and a black woman in a presum...
Twenty-two years since the end of the apartheid, Cape Town remains one of South Africa's most segregated cities.
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