Now reading: "Born A Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood" by Trevor Noah.


On black townships in Johannesburg: "Soweto was designed to be bombed - that's how forward-thinking the architects of apartheid were. The township was a city unto itself, with a population of nearly one million. There were only two roads in and out. That was so the military could lock us in, quell any rebellion."

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