Siya Khumalo | Why white supremacist Christianity and Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng are a fit

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Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng. Picture: Nasief Manie
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng. Picture: Nasief Manie

White supremacist Christianity made South Africa heaven for white people by making it hell for black people: why did we expect its black chief justice not to have Stockholm Syndrome? asks Siya Khumalo

South Africa is a Christian country not in the official sense (God's mercies are great), nor in the sense that most of the country's people identify as Christian (some would argue the bar is low) but in the sense that white supremacist Christianity begat and quietly sustains the economic inequality that defines South Africa.

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