Former Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela, has challenged South Africans to be the drivers of…

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Former Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela, has challenged South Africans to be the drivers of change to improve the socio economic circumstance of their communities. Madonsela, who is currently the chair of social justice at Stellenbosch University, was the keynote speaker at the Adam Small literary festival in Pniel, near Stellenbosch. Small was one of the most prolific Afrikaans writers in South Africa during Apartheid. Madonsela told festival goers that while the political landscape of the time disadvantaged and disempowered people like Small, he still managed to make a meaningful difference: “Instead of just complaining about what you don’t like, they gave us hope, a sense of what can be. This country was built on hope, part of hope was to create a united nation. Because together we can do better.”

















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