South Africa government blamed as millions live in shacks

South Africa is one of the largest industrial economies in Africa, but up to 10 million people live in shacks in informal settlements.

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    South Africa is one of the largest industrial economies in Africa, but up to 10 million people live in shacks in informal settlements.

     

    Some residents say been waiting decades for government housing programmes to help them.

     

    Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb reports from Johannesburg, South Africa.


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