South Africa's economic apartheid lives on
KPFA Evening News, 09.02.2012
South African born professor Sean Jacobs, who teaches at New York City's New School for Social Research, spoke to KPFA about the Marikana miners' strike and massacre. He said that the miners will be even worse off once it's over, unless there's an unlikely groundswell of support in South Africa. South Africans perceived apartheid as a legal system, he said, when it was really an economic system, which continues and will be more difficult to abolish.