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Youth Culture as a Metaphor of Hope and Tragedy

  No picture By Mpho Moshe Matheolane Jun 13, 2012    0 0 comments

A ‘new’ trend of izikhothane amongst the youth of burning and destroying their expensive clothing, shoes, alcohol and food – all in an attempt to outdo one another is one that garners a questioning head tilt if nothing else. With Youth Day fast approaching, what do you think these South African youth would feel if they were to meet the class of ’76?

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