Now, South Africa Must Free Its Economy
`All I want is a three-bedroom house with indoor plumbing and some privacy," says Rebecca Matlakala, who lives in Alexandra, a crime-ridden black township outside Johannesburg. It's truly amazing how universal the desires of people are around the world, including South Africa. After a century of apartheid, Matlakala now has a chance of seeing her dream come true.
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