Published November 29, 2012
The township of Soweto, a symbol of the struggles against racial discrimination in South Africa, has changed. Eighteen years after Nelson Mandela became president, some promises have not been not kept, although optimism is still present. The former ghetto has turned into a place of hope, a cultural hub where a new middle class has emerged. The road out of poverty is long, hoever, and challenges remain. But as Emilie Iob reports from Soweto, the road out of poverty is long, and challenges remain.