20 years since the first free elections in South Africa, and in the shadow of Nelson Mandela’s death Reggie Yates gets up close and personal with three very different communities in contemporary South Africa. By living with them for seven challenging days, Reggie Yates understands the real heart of the oft misunderstood country as well as his own.
Reggie Yates immerses himself in these three very different worlds to explore the issues facing his generation in Africa right now, issues you might never normally associate with the continent.
‘Public Service Broadcasting at its best’ - The Independent
‘Graphic, sobering and truly powerful television’ - The Radio Times
‘Seriously impressed...Reggie Yates outstanding reports from South Africa’ - Tony Hall, BBC’s Director General