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One-horse South African town still scarred by 'racist' murder

Agence France-Presse | @indiablooms | 22 Apr 2019, 03:56 pm

The fate of a small farming town in the north west of South Africa was changed irrevocably for R80 - or around five euros. It became the hotbed for racial tension in South Africa during 2017 when a black teenager was killed by two white men. Two years later the community is working on reconciliation, but it remains difficult in the ever-present light of glaring inequalities. 

One-horse South African town still scarred by 'racist' murder

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