The environmental legacy of apartheid

The wildflower carpet of Namaqualand in early spring (Northern Cape, South Africa)
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Deforestation and soil degradation in many of the areas were blak people were forced to live are only two of the problems created by apartheid. Another is toxic waste dumping. Eric Beauchemin reports. 

Producer: Eric Beauchemin

Broadcast: October 12, 1994