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Failure to incorporate diversity in the ‘home of the legends’ is hurting Eastern Cape, SA history

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Decolonisation cannot be just the means to pump the politician’s egos, all sectors of society matter and the future should not politicise the significant individuals who have made their mark in building the Eastern Cape. Picture: File
Decolonisation cannot be just the means to pump the politician’s egos, all sectors of society matter and the future should not politicise the significant individuals who have made their mark in building the Eastern Cape. Picture: File

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