Apartheid didnt Die Pilger

Apartheid didnt Die ///// sevenearths2010 John Pilger was banned from South Africa for his reporting during the apartheid era. On his return thirty years later with Alan Lowery, he describes the extraordinary generosity of a liberated people, but asks who are the true beneficiaries of a democracy - the black majority or the white minority? Won the Gold Award in the category of 'Film & Video Production: Political/International Issues', Worldfest-Flagstaff, 1998; Certificate for Creative Excellence (third place), U.S. International Film & Video Festival, Elmhurst, Illinois, 1999. ///// Will Scarff As was World War 1 and 2, a victory nonetheless. But I agree, we used outdated tactics and uniform, better suited to the European theatre of conflict of the 19th century. The Boers definitely pioneered guerrilla warfare, and to much success, you have to admire them. In the long run however, not until 50 years later did British rule diminish as with the rest of the Empire. A dark stain on my nations history many would say. All in the past though, a very different time. //////