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These Moving Photos Show Life in Apartheid-Era South Africa | Global Citizen

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Celebrated South African photographer David Goldblatt took up photography in 1948, the same year the all-white National Party came into power and apartheid began in his country. Though Goldblatt, pictured above, was just 18 at the time, documenting the impact of apartheid — the government-implemented system of racial segregation in South Africa — would become his life-long mission. Over his […]
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When South Africans Declared ‘Liberation’ at Two Whites-Only Beaches | Los Angeles Sentinel

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Global Information Network, Los Angeles Sentinel South Africa witnessed the beginning of the end of Whites-only beaches thirty years ago this week after an action launched by the Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu. It was part of an escalating campaign to defy apartheid. Throngs of demonstrators were chased down Cape Town streets by police using whips, tear gas and water cannons […]
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Why white South Africans are turning to the ANC while black voters desert Mandela’s party | The Telegraph

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Adrian Blomfield, The Telegraph Photo: Ramaphosa, with Mandela looking on (in mural form). Photo: Rajesh Jantilal/AFP, Featured Image may be the Rainbow Nation, but the political history of South Africa has long been writ in black and white. Quarter of a century after the end of apartheid, however, there is a twist in the script. On Wednesday, when South Africa […]
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56,800 migrant dead and missing: ‘They are human beings’ | Associated Press An Associated Press tally has documented at least 56,800 migrants dead or missing worldwide since 2014 — almost double the number found in the world’s only official attempt to try to count them, by the U.N.’s International Organization for Migration.">56,800 migrant dead and missing: ‘They are human beings’ | Associated Press An Associated Press tally has documented at least 56,800 migrants dead or missing worldwide since 2014 — almost double the number found in the world’s only official attempt to try to count them, by the U.N.’s International Organization for Migration.

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An Associated Press tally has documented at least 56,800 migrants dead or missing worldwide since 2014 — almost double the number found in the world’s only official attempt to try to count them, by the U.N.’s International Organization for Migration.
56,800 migrant dead and missing: ‘They are human beings’ | Associated Press An Associated Press tally has documented at least 56,800 migrants dead or missing worldwide since 2014 — almost double the number found in the world’s only official attempt to try to count them, by the U.N.’s International Organization for Migration." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Breaking ‘the curse’ of disabled children in South Africa – Al Jazeera The government estimates as many as 600,000 children with disabilities are not getting an education.">Breaking ‘the curse’ of disabled children in South Africa – Al Jazeera The government estimates as many as 600,000 children with disabilities are not getting an education.

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The government estimates as many as 600,000 children with disabilities are not getting an education.
Breaking ‘the curse’ of disabled children in South Africa – Al Jazeera The government estimates as many as 600,000 children with disabilities are not getting an education." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

The Beauty and Complexity of the Black Experience Explored in Johannesburg – Okay Africa This world has blackness somewhere in the space between racial classification and liberation. ">The Beauty and Complexity of the Black Experience Explored in Johannesburg – Okay Africa This world has blackness somewhere in the space between racial classification and liberation.

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This world has blackness somewhere in the space between racial classification and liberation.
The Beauty and Complexity of the Black Experience Explored in Johannesburg – Okay Africa This world has blackness somewhere in the space between racial classification and liberation. " class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

6 Books That Shaped Post-Apartheid South Africa

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South Africa | OFFICIALLY, REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA South Africa, officially the Republic of South Africa (RSA), is the southernmost country in Africa. It is bounded on the south by 2,798 kilometres of coastline of Southern Africa stretching along the South Atlantic and Indian Oceans, on the north by the neighbouring countries of Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe, and on the […]
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