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South Africa Sees Race Swap in Suburb Population

Almost 20 years after South Africa’s state sanctioned system of segregation called apartheid, census data from the country shows that Blacks are finally moving on up.

Based on a sample from Durban, South Africa’s cushy, formerly all-white suburbs of Kloof and Durban North, 2011 census data showed that the number of Black residents now surpasses that of white, Indian and colored South Africans.

 

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