Cecil Rhodes: scapegoat for ANC’s mismanagement
April 17 th, 2015
Cape Town is so far the only one in this vast country afloat in an ocean that becomes dangerously heated since the country was "liberated" from apartheid in 1994. The great hope of reconciliation that animated this country with Nelson Mandela’s peaceful legacy is melting like snow. The recent decision of the University of Cape Town’s Special Council to remove the majestic statue of Cecil Rhodes 1, erected in 1934 at the most famous university in South Africa, is the disturbing illustration of passing the buck for the leading party’s mismanagement of South African resources.
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