Twenty years after the end of apartheid, a new generation is building a multiracial democracy in South Africa but remains mired in economic inequality and political conflict. The death of Nelson Mandela in 2013 arrived just short of the twentieth anniversary of South Africa's first free election, reminding the world of the promise he represented as the nation's first Black president. Despite significant progress since the early days of this new democracy, frustration is growing as inequalities that once divided the races now grow within them as well.
The people of the book -- Apartheid legacies -- Thandiswa's struggles -- The coconut dilemma -- Forgotten -- The other side of the coloured divide -- The past was wrong, but it was the past -- Movements and migrations -- Political heat -- After freedom
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