South Africans might not be clear who in the ANC is winning the battle, but there is little doubt that it is the people of the country who are losing, writes Howard Feldman.
Five pupils from Pietermaritzburg Girls’ High School returned from Johannesburg after they took part in the National Road and Safety Debate, representing KwaZulu-Natal in the Urban Category, recently. They placed third, losing in the semi-finals. It was an intense few days of debating and the girls got a chance to meet other debating teams from around the province. Seen with their trophies after the event are (from left) Palesa Chiliza, Aaliyah Randeree, Ellezaé Moosa, Hannah Tayler, and Laikyn Tayler. PHOTO: SUPPLIED
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