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The U.S. debate over Confederate statues will look familiar to a lot of nations.
How much revenue does the entire African continent make from China, India and others minus Europe and America, as compared to how many countries leave our land in hard cash and natural resources?
The United States, which is contemplating the future of its Confederate statues, can learn a thing or two from other countries on how to represent the past.
Namibian tribes massacred want land returned and compensation, in a deal that could set a precedent for other ex-colonial powers.
The Department of Arts and Culture wants a statue of the late "Oom Ray" Mhlaba in his hometown of Fort Beaufort.