The pathology and disability of being black in SA

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Political leaders have used poor black people as a tool to hang on to power
Political leaders have used poor black people as a tool to hang on to power

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Andile Mngxitama, the often misunderstood klipgooier (stone thrower) and leader of the Black First Land First political movement, recently posted on social media that “we come from 400 years of systemic oppression. We have all manner of pathologies and disabilities. If we don’t work and sacrifice for a future that belongs to us, we must forget...”

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