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'It doesn't benefit anyone that we hang on to it': Calls for k-word to be wiped off the map

Twenty-six years into the new SA and the country’s most hated and hurtful slur still appears on signposts and title deeds across the land

28 June 2020 - 00:00 By JEFF WICKS and jeff wicks

Though the K-word has repeatedly been defined as hate speech, the dehumanising slur remains a feature on maps and title deeds throughout SA...

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