Many took the journey with him

2013-12-13 00:00

IN the early nineties, I was teaching economics in a fifth-floor classroom at Khanya College in downtown Johannesburg. During one of my early lessons at Khanya, I was in the middle of explaining supply curves when a roaring sound from the street below began to disturb my teaching.

During the past few days, as the world has reflected on the life of former president Nelson Rolihlala Mandela, these ordinary South Africans have been largely absent from the media accounts.

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