Race, reconciliation and xenophobia
The World Cup might be a modern version of warring tribes and nations. This one is set on a continent known for its violent clashes. We look at the legacy of South Africa’s racially divided past, and the very real xenophobia that has expressed itself in the country, always threatening to erupt again.
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