District Six and Inequality

Season 4 Episode 17

Wed, 29 Jan 2014 6:45pm

Old time residents of District 6, Cape Town reminisce about the good old days before the apartheid regime evicted them and destroyed their homes. Memories differ: some saying that coloured and blacks lived harmoniously side by side, others claim the opposite. All agree that what happened to them was a crime and that they are still waiting for the government to facilitate their return.

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Film Credits

Produced by: Jo Menell, Richard Mills

Camera: Terra Dick

Editor: Richard Mills

Sound: Thina Daniel

Special Thanks: Mandy Sanger

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