'It is regrettable that Zondeni Sobukwe is introduced now that she has passed'
Senior research fellow and political economist at Trade Collective Lebohang Pheko say it is disappointing that struggle heroes are only remembered when they pass away.
This comes after the passing of struggle veteran Zondeni Sobukwe.
She leaves a vacuum in our political and historical discourses in our country.Lebohang Pheko, Senior research fellow and political economist at Trade Collective
It is more than regrettable that we are only speaking of her and she is only introduced to a whole generation of people now in her passing.Lebohang Pheko, Senior research fellow and political economist at Trade Collective
Listen to what Pheko has to say about how history is approached...
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