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Ghosts from the past: Racial tensions in South Africa after murder on a farm

Three decades after the fall of apartheid, the murder of a white farm manager has laid bare racial frictions that persist in a South Africa weighed down by the triple challenges of rampant crime, unemployment and inequality.

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