In this photograph taken Thursday April 11, 2013, South Africans wait for the start of a fashion show in Johannesburg.This month, South Africa opened a conversation _ not the first _ over the extent to which the shadow of apartheid drives today's social ills as society fights to overturn entrenched imbalances in services and opportunities. The fresh discussion began with reported comments by Trevor Manuel, national planning minister, that South African officials should assume full responsibility and resist the temptation to continually blame apartheid for missteps.(AP Photo/Jerome Delay)
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