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THE WEEKEND WRAP

Photos of SA’s 1994 election; and why we’re not in the mood to raise a glass this Freedom Day

Photos of SA’s 1994 election; and why we’re not in the mood to raise a glass this Freedom Day

Photos and reflections of SA’s 1994 election; a conversation with three anti-apartheid activists; and why we’re not in the mood to raise a glass this Freedom Day.

Read the Weekend Wrap. 

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  • Arno Stijlen says:

    Really nothing to celebrate for sure! A Democracy in mainly dreams only. Make one wonders if the ANC was really into this “Rainbow” thing and if that all was merely a pre-planned smoke-screen from the start! Forget about the affluent, but what about the masses? Are they ok with the way the ANC is handling affairs? They are not better off are they?

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