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Why are South African cities still so segregated 25 years after apartheid? | Justice Malala theguardian.com/cities/2019/oc…

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It's a result of a wide socioeconomic spectrum, which is there bcos ANC has done nothing to bridge the socioeconomic gap amongst SAns, if anything they've widened it.
 
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Wow, beautiful article but we need to broaden this sentence, “Yet there is a sense in South Africa that things can be turned around”. We need ownership of the problem, the willingness to change, the courage to act & the drive to makethis happen.
 
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Because ANC our own people looted R900 Billion since they formed a government of cadres , that’s why plain n simple , next question 🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏾‍♂️
 
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When you classify people by the colour of their skin and prescribe their laws and discrimination's according to this classification would you expect them to all be the same where they are differentiated by law? scrap race based legislation and classification would be a start..
 
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Because the ANC has done nothing to boost the middle class and even less to expand the economy. Coupled with neo liberalism which by its very nature exacerbates inequality.
 
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Where are they segregated? I live in a complex high electrified walls, guards 24 hours at entrance, very middle class suburb. Whites, blacks, Indian and Chinese people all living side by side. So don’t know which suburb you talking about.
 
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Because people now have the freedom to live where they want to?
 
Again brilliant piece from Justice.1 major correction.I live in Jhb northern suburb.Huge growth in people of colour.Next door new upmarket suburb at least 70% black. Visit any local shopping mall.Overwhelmingly black.Apartheid,and townships huge legacy. But progress
 
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Who takes Malala serious. I won't even open the sh*t
 
 
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I don’t know, is it any different in the US?
 
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Justice...come look here in Helderberg.....NO SEGREGRATION!!
 
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Ask @MYANC they simply moved to suburbs
 
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You know Justice, mina i wanna live in suburbs where there’s mostly white people, well, & civilized blacks, which is rare, inkinga ngabo dakie maan, they behave lyk🐒 u know, they pee everywhere, where ever they’re, it stinks, anyone who disagrees, go to bara taxi rank, shameful
 
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It's the enduring legacy of the stubborn past! Only a comprehensive, and inter/dis-ruptive, program of spatial planning with health n education facilities and recreational n sports amenities, local development, job opportunities and human settlement can help deliver dent on this!
 
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Come back to SA and see the difference. It is happening.
 
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