Kaunda's death must make us reflect on our shameful Afrophobia

SA's future depends on the prosperity of all our African brothers and sisters

A week ago, Africa lost one of its sons – the revolutionary Kenneth Kaunda, former president of Zambia and one of the most committed pan Africanists that has ever lived.

Millions of people the world over mourned his death – including South Africans who have benefited immensely from the practical solidarity that Kaunda’s government provided to us at the height of our own Struggle for liberation...

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