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As Youth Day approaches, South African youth need to know that there is a demand for a decolonised and Afrocentric education. Photo: Lisa Skinner
As Youth Day approaches, South African youth need to know that there is a demand for a decolonised and Afrocentric education. Photo: Lisa Skinner

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In South Africa, the end of May and the beginning of June mark an important period on the calendar regarding the ongoing liberation struggle for genuine African people’s freedom.

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