Covid-19 follows the geospatial lines of apartheid
The coronavirus is far more prevalent in high-density townships where social-distancing is all but impossible
The coronavirus is hitting SA’s mainly black townships harder than areas that were once the exclusive preserve of white people, according to new data that highlights the lasting impact of apartheid-era housing policies.
More than two decades after the end of white minority rule, SA remains one of the most unequal countries in the world, according to the World Bank, with urban areas starkly divided along racial lines...
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