Sunday, September 4, 2016

[PHOTOS] SOUTH AFRICA: DRONE CAPTURES SHOCKING VIEW OF INEQAULITY IN SOUTH AFRICA.

Cape Town. "quintessential South African blend of first and third world"- Johnny Miller
Just a few weeks back, a college made headlines on a lowkey from South Africa for oppressing and bullying black students; starting from their hair-do to strongly condemning any and every social gathering amongst blacks accusing them of conspiring...  
So this week, I bring you a sharp aerial view of some of the regions in South Africa... The drone shots were made by Photographer Johnny Miller.
"People are fearful of the unknown, of someone with a different language, a different color, a different culture," Miller says. "And that fear is understandable and based on history and circumstance, but it's also got to change."
It is reported that separation gives the government in S.A the ability to reduce the black community's access to education, high-quality jobs and city resources, leading to extreme divisions of wealth.
Vukuzenzele and Sweet Home, Cape Town, South Africa
Strand and Nomzamo, Cape Town, South Africa
Strand and Nomzamo, Cape Town, South Africa
Johannesburg and Primrose, South Africa

Masiphumelele and Lake Michelle, Cape Town, South Africa
Vusimuzi and Mooifontein, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Manenberg and Phola Park, Cape Town, South Africa






Credit: Business Insider

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