White South Africans feel neglected

Living under dire conditions, poor South Africans believe they are not treated the way Mandela envisioned.

    Far from the queues of people waiting to view Mandela's body in Pretoria, life for impoverished white people in a Krugersdorp squatter camp goes on.

    They believe they are oppressed due to the country's economic policies. 

    Mandela is remembered as a man who did great things for South Africa, but they believe his vision has not been fulfilled.

    Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports Krugersdrop, South Africa.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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