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South Africa's apartheid regime manipulated borders. Today, the effects linger

By John Aerni-Flessner, Associate Professor of African History, Michigan State University
Chitja Twala, Associate Professor of History, University of the Free State
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International borders were negotiable for the right price. What residents of former ‘homelands’ and of Lesotho and eSwatini have in common now are limited government services and few job prospects.The Conversation

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