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Towards the end of the 19th century, the idea of a Cape to Cairo railway was born — a project that, at the time, was set to connect British possessions across the continent through a continuous line. To this day, however, the project remains a hopeful dream. But instead of a railway, the continent is connected by rampant inequality. A Post-Apartheid Black-White Divide One thing I knew prior to my arrival to South Africa is that apartheid ended in 1994,…