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Dale Stewart - I don't know what can be done . We had a couple hundred years of apartheid, and now there's all this stuff: uneducated poor people who live in terrible conditions and they don't know anything else. All they know is gang life; robbing and stealing is how they survive. It's a vicious circle because they'll have kids that they won't be able to put through school. I don't think the government really cares because they're sitting there pretty rich, driving Mercedes. They couldn't care less about poverty-stricken people.

I don't know what can be done . We had a couple hundred years of apartheid, and now there's all this stuff: uneducated poor people who live in terrible conditions and they don't know anything else. All they know is gang life; robbing and stealing is how they survive. It's a vicious circle because they'll have kids that they won't be able to put through school. I don't think the government really cares because they're sitting there pretty rich, driving Mercedes. They couldn't care less about poverty-stricken people.

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John Dugard  - Apartheid was all about land. Apartheid was about keeping the best parts of the country for the whites and sending the blacks to the least habitable, least desirable parts of the country. And one sees that all the time here [in the occupied territories], particularly with the wall, now, which is really a land grab. One sees Palestinians dispossessed of their homes by bulldozers. One can draw certain parallels with respect to South Africa that, during the heyday of apartheid, population relocation did result in destruction of property, but not on the same scale as the devastation in Gaza in particular, [or in] the West Bank.

Apartheid was all about land. Apartheid was about keeping the best parts of the country for the whites and sending the blacks to the least habitable, least desirable parts of the country. And one sees that all the time here [in the occupied territories], particularly with the wall, now, which is really a land grab. One sees Palestinians dispossessed of their homes by bulldozers. One can draw certain parallels with respect to South Africa that, during the heyday of apartheid, population relocation did result in destruction of property, but not on the same scale as the devastation in Gaza in particular, [or in] the West Bank.

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