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JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA - MAY 16: Lulekwa Sbukwana, (c) age 30, who works in the financial business enjoys a lazy Sunday afternoon with her white friends in a restaurant  on May 16, 2010, in Melville, Johannesburg, South Africa. Lulekwa is part of the new young generation of black South African's who has obtained a better education and opportunities than their parents. She makes about US$ 1200 per month and lives in her own apartment. The country has seen a big increase in a black middle class since the end of Apartheid and democracy in 1994. (Photo by Per-Anders Pettersson)