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Availability Usually despatched within 2 weeks. With Free Saver Delivery. Facebook Twitter Pinterest Share. Read how public transit in Johannesburg is still reckoning with apartheid-era segregation. Lauren-Lee Lolla Scheepers, 18, listens to a preacher at the 'City of Refugee' ministries admonish the worshippers about religion and 'leaving gangsterism' during a nightly get-together in the Joyce Court neighborhood of Manenberg, Cape Town, South Africa.
Though that policy is over, the impact remains.
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For example, 24 year old Darshana Govindram lives in Chatsworth, a suburb of the port city of Durban. It was created to segregate people of Indian descent, and is still majority Indian. And she recalls her late grandmother saying that life was better in South Africa under apartheid because there was less crime and corruption—an idea she rejects.
Still, many young non-white South Africans describe a Catch situation that makes it hard for them to feel fully free. Wilmarie Deetlefs, 24, kisses her boyfriend Zakithi Buthelezi, 27, on a night out in Johannesburg.
Buthelezi, grandson to prominent Zulu leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi, believes the relationship earns him respect. For his girlfriend, the response is the exact opposite. Sibonisile Tshabalala, who received her engineering degree on April 9 th , her 25 th birthday, says she gets a stipend from her contract job with a Johannesburg company. In some ways, Tshabalala says, post-apartheid is still a struggle. My parents, my grandparents, my great grandparents, they suffered.
And the consequences are still coming to me as a young black South African.
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The students live at the boarding school, which is one of few remaining single-sex boys' boarding schools in South Africa. It leaves many youths stuck in second gear, supporting unemployed parents and grandparents, paying school fees for siblings, with no time to think about larger goals.
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Njiokiktjien says that the broad range of subjects and life experiences she witnessed while compiling the images took her on a rollercoaster of emotions. So many young people shared their hopes and dreams, but sometimes there was despair about unemployment and crime and xenophobia and violence against the LGBTQ community.