|South Africa's 'white squatter camps'|
Working-class white people, most of them Afrikaans-speakers,
are going through an intense crisis in South Africa.
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(London Daily Mail) - Shanty huts sit next to clapped-out cars, as children sprint along the dusty wasteland under the scorching sun.
Beyond the flimsy shacks lie ditches and pools of filthy, stagnant water where mosquitoes breed.
These are the daily conditions endured by families in South Africa's 'white squatter camps' where there is little food, running water and no electricity.
Seeking to undo years of racial inequality - when whites were almost guaranteed employment and housing under apartheid - the ruling African National Congress (ANC) government introduced laws that promoted employment for blacks and aimed to give them a greater share of the economy.
This change, along with the global financial meltdown, has meant many white South Africans have fallen on hard times and are forced to live in slums. Read More . . . .
|A woman sits outside her makeshift home in the squatter camp in Munsieville, a township in the Krugersdorp area in Gauteng Province|