Tshepo Madlingozi | No justice without reparation

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Restorative justice? Archbishop Desmond Tutu, chairperson of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, at the commission’s first hearing in East London in 1996PHOTO: Oryx Media Archive / Gallo Images
Restorative justice? Archbishop Desmond Tutu, chairperson of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, at the commission’s first hearing in East London in 1996PHOTO: Oryx Media Archive / Gallo Images

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More fundamentally, these incidents testify to the failure to resolve the national question. In South Africa, and other historically settler colonies, the national question revolves around three main imperatives:

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