FIKILE-NTSIKELELO MOYA | Violence looms large in cocktail of SA’s social ills

Men must have a frank assessment of themselves and seek change for the better

Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya Political Editor

This is one of those columns I wish my mother – who has been reading this publication from the time it was delivered around Soweto as a knock-and-drop once a week – would not read.

Many years ago, when Nelson Mandela was still familiarising himself with being free to go wherever he fancied and dress as he wished, I had an encounter which to this day makes me wonder what if it had turned out differently...

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