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Story of a small-town murder trial breaks it to you not so gently

The events in this compelling book take place against a backdrop of racism, populist politics and murderous crime

12 October 2020 - 20:06 By Alec Russell

Apartheid was always going to take longer to die in SA’s small towns than in the big cities. In the early magical years of Nelson Mandela’s presidency, every few months I would drive an hour and a half southwest of Johannesburg to a farming dorp called Koppies to chronicle the dismantling of white rule...

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