Cape Town is the second largest city in South Africa and the capital of the Western Cape province, 20 years after apartheid it is still of the most unequal cities in the world. The wealthier Cape Town residents live close to the city centre were as the poor mostly live in the cape flats, an expansive are situated to the south east of Cape Town. This segregation by income is paralleled with racial segregation, it is mostly the Coloureds and Black Africans that live in the Cape Flats, but it wasn’t always like this. Prior to the 3 decades of white rule it used to be a fairly united city with people of many different backgrounds living at it’s core. This film takes us into the heart of Cape Town, interviewing residents of all areas to give us a better understanding of how life has changed over the last 20 years.
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