HAVE YOUR SAY: Are hopes of becoming a rainbow nation for the next generation achievable?

KENNY MAMABOLO: I think that some universities do not want to acknowledge the end of the apartheid era because they teach and address pupils in a language these pupils do not excel in. We will probably only be a rainbow nation in the next 20 years. There are still many hurdles we need to go over as a nation.
KENNY MAMABOLO: I think that some universities do not want to acknowledge the end of the apartheid era because they teach and address pupils in a language these pupils do not excel in. We will probably only be a rainbow nation in the next 20 years. There are still many hurdles we need to go over as a nation.

 

 

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Masego Seemela
Journalist

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