South Africa is a model of racial reconciliation following decades of apartheid, with a burgeoning black middle class. But high crime, unequal wealth, and social tensions persist as the nation hosts World Cup 2010.
Nelson Mandela ‘let us down,’ the London Evening Standard reported ex-wife Winnie Mandela as saying. Many black South Africans expected more economic progress by now.
South Africa's ruling party candidate, Jacob Zuma, vows no constitutional changes ahead of April 22 vote.
The reconciliation marked by the deal signed 10 years ago today gets a $71 million boost.