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According to the writer, Steve Biko has not been honored enough, but South Africa and his former university still have an opportunity to right this wrong. Photo: Supplied/Archive
According to the writer, Steve Biko has not been honored enough, but South Africa and his former university still have an opportunity to right this wrong. Photo: Supplied/Archive

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His date of birth, December 18 1946, is less known and it is not part of his memorial, yet Biko remains a special gift to all humanity.

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