JUSTICE MALALA | The cold-blooded murder of five-year-old Ditebogo is the final straw

I write about Soshanguve not because it is special, but because it is the norm

12 May 2024 - 20:45

You know your country is broken when the most outrageous, painful, and barbaric acts take place and we all murmur a few words, shrug and move on. We are so brutalised as a country and as a people that we do not realise just how abnormal we have become. Our situation has dehumanised us. Instead of being outraged and being moved to action, we just move on. Tragedy, barbarism, is normal...

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