Six Days in Soweto

Six Days in Soweto In June 1976 demonstrations started peacefully in Soweto. They were directed against the blatant inequalities between the black townships in Johannesburg and the neighbouring rich white suburbs. When the police opened fire on the peaceful protest, riots started. Buildings were burnt and looted, people killed or injured. This expertly crafted story examines the causes and the results of these events.

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