South Africa’s Post-Apartheid Failure in ShantytownsRobert Brand and Mike Cohen
Cecily Ghall speaks with pride about the neat, whitewashed two-room shack she built in an acquaintance’s backyard using scrap wooden planks and asbestos plates. It’s warm and -- important in the midst of a wet South African winter -- dry, she says. But it isn’t hers.
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