South African minority alleges racism, sets up ‘white-only’ town

Only white, Afrikaans-speaking people are allowed to settle here. But they say they are not racists.

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    The issue of race is very much alive in South Africa 25 years after the end of the apartheid political system.

    This time members of the former ruling white minority are complaining of discrimination ahead of Wednesday's election.

    Al Jazeera's Fahmida Miller reports from the Northern Cape province.


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