Thuli Madonsela | It's time we tackled the anger within us

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There is another way of responding to our toxic misery, such as taking deliberate action to reclaim the process of healing the divisions of our past, writes Thuli Madonsela. Photo: Cornél van Heerden
There is another way of responding to our toxic misery, such as taking deliberate action to reclaim the process of healing the divisions of our past, writes Thuli Madonsela. Photo: Cornél van Heerden

THULI MADONSELA

The plurality of reactions to the recent fire in Parliament in Cape Town reminded me of a story I came across in one of my spiritual daily devotions.

The story is set during the height of the Cold War between the capitalist West and the communist East. In Germany, this culminated in two Germanys, separated by a barrier known as the Berlin Wall.

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