The New Apartheid
Apartheid did not die; it was privatised. While legal apartheid was abolished more than 20 years ago, extraordinary similarities persist between then and now. Focusing on ten social institutions, Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh explores the edifice of a system of racial oppression that continues to thrive in plain sight.
South Africa’s story is often presented as a triumph of new over old, but while formal apartheid was abolished decades ago, stark and distressing similarities persist. Dr Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh explores the edifice of systemic racial oppression – the new apartheid – that continues to thrive, despite or even because of our democratic system.