During a filmed Oxford University discussion with Julius Malema some years back (before Ramaphosa became president) a gentleman (don’t know his name) stood up to make a very insightful statement about why he argues the black people of South Africa got a raw deal.
It borders on the massive challenge Mandela faced as he came out of prison and began the work of transitioning that country into majority rule.
He raises very serious points that are part of the reason I wrote my book. These are the wrongs that we must right, but they will require an awakening that is at heart an intellectual but more importantly, an ideological revolution that helps iron out the “kink in our performance pipe” of all our African brethren.
Listen and give your thoughts. Is he right or wrong?