Published on 15th November 2018 by

End of the Line (2001) – Once the centre of South Africa’s economy and life, the railway network is has now withered and died – leaving those who had been dependent on it with nothing.

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Once-thriving towns lie derelict, the last few residents barely scratching a living. These towns were built for the railway – they supplied its workers and its commerce, but now the railway has become so inefficient it is no longer economical. The government is left with a quandary: to sell off the railways, or to try and revitalise it with public funds.

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