SA place names still resonate with legacy of oppressive past: Mogoeng

21 July 2016 - 20:00
By Ernest Mabuza

The names of too many South African towns‚ streets and important institutions still celebrate one-sidedness and resonate with the legacy of our oppressive past‚ Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng said on Thursday."Very little recognition or honour is given to their heritage‚ history‚ heroes and heroines in their own motherland‚" he said in a judgment setting aside an interim order of 2013 passed by Pretoria High Court judge Bill Prinsloo.

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