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South Africa : oral d'anglais bac

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: The apartheid is abolished , but is it really finished ?Is South Africa a country of peace and happiness with no problems ?

III-Consequences nowadays

South Africa is named now the rainbow nation symbol of the peace in South Africa but Today, problems remain : President Thabo Mbeki has characterised the country as a two nation society , still racially divided, because the years of racial segregations that to place South Africa remain profoundly anchored in the mentalities of the black community. So, the country is going to begin a phase of national and international reconciliation under the presidency ,for the first time, of a representative of the black majority. But even after the racial disparities was taken care of, social inequalities still remains. And all others problems such as very bad living conditions : no electricity, no running water , no sewerage pipes, a high crime rate of more than 19 000 murders a year ; lack of services ; economic disparities linked to racial inequalities since the poorest people in S.Af are overwhelmingly black people and those disparities are the origin of many riots and troubles .South Africa has also had to face new problems such as the Aids epidemic. Nonetheless, the country has affirmed itself as an open and progressive nation that is working positively to right many wrongs .

Finally, we have seen steps of the transformation from the apartheid to the rainbow nation with a fight united of the blacks against the power of the apartheid but this country has already many problems and need to change positively .But still in 2015 South Africa continues to struggle with the legacy of the apartheid and the challenges relating to addressing increasing demands from its citizens for the realization of economic and social rights as well as respect for fundamental civil and political freedoms. Nelson Mandela said in his book the Long walk to freedom:

« Many people have painted an idealistic picture of the egalitarian nature of African society, and while in general I agree with this portrait, the fact is that Africans do not always treat each other as equals»


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