S African youth continues to face challenges

Four decades since Soweto uprising, young people in Rainbow Nation still facing major challenges.

Last Modified: 16 Jun 2013 12:47
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Nearly four decades have passed since the Soweto uprising that led to the fall of apartheid in South Africa, but young people in that country are still facing major challenges.

High rates of HIV infections in schools and poverty are among some of the biggest challenges.

Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Pretoria, South Africa.


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