It makes perfect sense for the City of Cape Town to name one of the city’s busiest roads after F.W. de Klerk.
In South Africa’s second city, poverty as well as other forms of inequality, are the direct consequence of elite and middle class wealth.
White South Africans come together to vote as a bloc for only two political parties: the Democratic Alliance and Freedom Front Plus.
Bandile is a giant of the Abahlali baseMjondolo social movement, which agitates for housing for poor, black people,
if there is any city in South Africa most suited to be labelled the ‘apartheid city’, it would be Cape Town.