Fires of discontent about new SA in hiatus but illusion of a better life lingers

Weakest link in transformation has been our education system

The poem by celebrated Irish literary giant WB Yeat is playing right in front of our eyes. SA, after more than two decades of extending the franchise to excluded natives, experiences what one can consider one step of detoxification in a long process of reverse transformation, or re-colonisation.

“The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold.”..

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