We can no longer blame the violence perpetrated against black people on the legacy of apartheid

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Bulelani Qolani and his family. Picture: Amy Gibbings
Bulelani Qolani and his family. Picture: Amy Gibbings


They could have at least let him put on his clothes before demolishing his shack.

But no, the bigger purpose – an insatiable appetite for humiliating black people in the land of their birth – was too strong for the Cape Town law enforcement officers.

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