Two decades ago — after 27 years in prison — Nelson Mandela walked out of prison in South Africa.
But while black South Africans are politically equal, they still don’t enjoy economic equality with whites.
The disparities are perhaps best illustrated by the country’s black townships.
Haru Mutasa reports for Worldfocus partner Al Jazeera English:
Has South Africa fallen short in living up to Mandela’s dream of equality for all South Africans?
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