In South Africa, apartheid legacy affects every aspect of public life

By David Doochin

Luntu Vumazonke’s drawings have been featured in exhibits all around South Africa and in publications worldwide. But the life experiences he draws from are anything but glamorous. (Edges Cape Town)

Carolina Connection reporter David Doochin went to Capetown, South Africa on a fellowship with the Morehead-Cain Foundation. He worked on a project with two other students called Edges Capetown to explore the city’s post-apartheid legacy. The project is a series of ten stories of how that legacy influences art, entrepreneurship and urban spaces.

He’s with us to talk about it now.

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