The Apartheid Museum is a must see. It’s a thought provoking place, and being a journalist for the tail end of it, a bit of personal history as well. Above is a self portrait in the mirror display.
This is a frighteningly realistic solitary confinement cell they had mocked up. It’s a lot smaller than it looks in the photo, and I was getting seriously wierded out after only a few minutes in there.
This bad boy is a Caspir armoured car, one of the most recognizable symbols of the Apartheid days. This what the police used to patrol the townships in. It has to be one of the ugliest things ever put on four wheels, and from the bullet pocked windows, this one has seen some action.
Now it’s like Apartheid itself, just another museum exhibit.