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JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA - FEBRUARY 29: Lebone Dube, age 4, with her friends at her birthday party on February 29, 2004 in Cedar Lake, a up-market gated community in Johannesburg, South Africa Her father, Oscar Dube, works as a Key Account manager for the Swedish mobile phone equipment maker Ericsson and his wife, Mpho Dube, is fund manager at Old Mutual, an insurance company in SA. They belong to the new black elite in SA. Lebone attends an exclusive pre-school with mostly white children and she invited them for her birthday party. Well educated and connected, they have risen from the poverty in the townships to a very different lifestyle, since the fall of Apartheid and the start of democracy in the country in 1994. .Photo: Per-Anders Pettersson/iAfrika Photos....