As the life and death of George Floyd matter, so do Collins Khosa’s

07 June 2020 - 00:10 By IMRAAN BUCCUS

When the coronavirus first began to spread, every second pundit predicted that the world would not be the same again. Many looked to histories of the plague to argue that pandemics seldom leave societies untouched politically.

Of course, the coronavirus pandemic is not yet over, and we don’t have any concrete sense of how it will leave our societies when it subsides. The economic crash we are heading for in SA will certainly change our politics in fundamental ways...

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