How Johannesburg's Young Black Creatives Are Shaping The Future They Want

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Twenty-four years after Mandela’s election, South Africa’s first post-apartheid generation is now coming of age. Young artists like Emtee, Nasty C, Moonchild Sanelly, and others, talk about their experiences growing up in a post-apartheid-but-still-segregated South Africa, gentrification of Johannesburg, and struggles of inferiority complex in comparison to their black UK and US counterparts. 

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