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Solly Moeng | The South African dream, deferred

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With the fissures that we sought to heal at the dawn of our democracy now deepening, South Africa will find it harder to start focusing on repairing its economic fundamentals and reversing the growing tide of economic losses, says Solly Moeng.

Twenty-six years following the formal end of apartheid, South Africa is made up of people who were old enough, at the dawn of our democracy, to remember what was happening during those early years, others who were too young to understand the historic ramifications of what was happening at the time, and a third group of those who were unborn.

Many others have either left the country or died over time. But there is no excuse for anyone not to inform themselves about where it all started and about the shared future we agreed to forge together during those early days of many mixed emotions.

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