Civil rights have been something South Africans of non-white descent have been fighting for since the outset of Apartheid. As the switch from white-majority to black-majority rule took place, the coloured and bi-racial communities found themselves at a crossroads. This piece looks to examine the tense racial landscape for coloured people in South Africa. Documenting the long road ahead for discussing race relations and creating a real "rainbow nation"

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