Ghost of Apartheid Lurks as South Africa Named World's Most Unequal Country

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“There’s a growing sense of anti-Mandela,” says Eugene Dhlamini, a 29-year-old from Soweto.

“As our generation studies history we are making up our own minds about the decisions he made. ” The cover story for the issue of Time magazine on 13 May highlights how South Africa is the most unequal country in the world today.

The cover image which is from work that was carried out with drones by photographer Johnny Miller shows two neighbourhoods outside of Johannesburg, with wealthy Primrose on the left and the informal settlement of Makause on the right.

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