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Twenty Years On, South Africa Still Struggles With Racial Reconciliation

Nelson Mandela's greatest legacy to South Africa was his belief in forgiveness and reconciliation among the racially divided population. But has South Africa truly reconciled 20 years after the anniversary of the end of apartheid? VOA's Chris Simkins offers his perspective as a journalist who has covered the U.S.' own struggles for racial harmony and reported from South Africa last year. I first learned about race in 1970, the year North Carolina de-segregated its schools. My...

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