It is difficult to predict what will happen, and pandemics have a sly way of reminding us that any prediction remains just that – a prediction. So I have listened to my economist friends and started thinking of the various possible scenarios.
What happens if the law of the indigenous people are asserted in a country that for so long disregarded it, but now has a Constitution that gives full recognition to it? How does one reconcile laws whose normative basis seem to just not be compatible?
So ek is vandag hier. Ek, as (Afrikaanssprekende Suid-)Afrikaner, wie se voorouers deel was, wetend of onwetend, van ‘n sisteem wat Suid-Afrikaners geras en ontmens het. En dié ongeregtighede gaan langer vat as een generasie om reg te stel, so ons beter begin.
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