The African continent is physically inhibited by African communities. However, there is only one town in Africa where Africans especially black people are not allowed to stay in. Orania is a town located in the Northern parts of Cape Town in South Africa. The town is inhibited by the ethnic groups of people who colonized South African and they speak their language, The Afrikaans.
The town was established in 1991 during the time of apartheid. The town was specifically made for the Afrikaners. These are groups of Dutch, French, and German residents who arrived in South Africa in the 17th century.
The town is built on 8,000 hectares of farming land along the Orange River. This is the only town in Africa where black people are not allowed to stay. For one to be allowed to leave in the two he or she has to be screened by the town council.
In this town, people do not employ black people they do their work. Some of the work that is done in this town including plumbing, farming, bricklaying, and garbage collections.
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