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The MT Steyn statue at the University of Free State in Bloemfontein. (Conrad Bornman, Gallo Images, Volksblad)
The MT Steyn statue at the University of Free State in Bloemfontein. (Conrad Bornman, Gallo Images, Volksblad)
Conrad Bornman, Gallo Images, Volksblad

Removing statues deemed offensive to a museum or a '"theme park"might place them under a different scrutiny and therefore lead to a better writing of history and more mending of fences, writes Cynthia Kros.

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