2015 DOCUMENTARY: RACISM IN SOUTH AFRICA AFTER APARTHEID

The political system of Apartheid, a brutal form of racial segregation in South Africa enforced by the white Afrikaner minority, took away the basic rights of the majority black inhabitants. Even though that political system officially came to an end in 1994, to what extent does racism and racial segregation still exist in South Africa?

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