New maps from Statistics South Africa
show racial diversity and segregation in South African cities. These indicate that while some areas have become more integrated, others remain highly segregated.
|Map of Johannesburg|
|Map of Pretoria|
Patterns picked up in the maps include:
- Central business districts (CBDs) have a high percentage of black African residents.
- Suburbs around CBDs generally have a high percentage of white residents.
- Townships, to the periphery of cities, have high percentages of black African residents.
- More integrated neighborhoods appear to be suburbs near CBDs.