Twenty years after apartheid, South Africa is still a work in progress. Photographers are documenting every step on the road to democracy.
The two white men were handed down jail terms for forcing a black man into a coffin and threatening to kill him. Even 23 years after the end of apartheid, South Africa continues to struggle with racism.
During the Apartheid era, the black majority in South Africa was barred from owning land in most parts of the country. Today, more than two decades after the end of Apartheid, the country is still struggling to provide black citizens with land, with consequences on agricultural productivity. But there are exceptions to the rule - Tony Andrews investigates.
Bell Pottinger has been sanctioned amid allegations it deliberately stoked racial tensions in South Africa. The controversial PR firm's clients include Syrian first lady Asma al-Assad and the Pinochet Foundation.
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