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Our time-bomb may not be the Guptas, our President and or even state capture. It could be the three million young South Africans who can't get jobs.
President Jacob Zuma says there can be no complete freedom without economic freedom.
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The Hector Peterson Memorial Museum was abuzz with activity on Friday as celebrations got underway for June 16. The young and old got together in commemoration of the class of 1976.
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"We cannot allow drugs to steal the hope of our youth."
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This year's theme was “The Year of Oliver Reginald Tambo: Advancing Youth Economic Empowerment”.
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Those who interrupted the president during his North West rally were escorted out of the hall.
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Whether you choose to commemorate June 16 or not, here is something you can do.
We fail to unite and speak as a group, we are in an identity crisis.
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We need to know our purpose.
Structures currently set in place to groom young people are not adequate.
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It is extremely important that we pay tribute to young leaders in South Africa who have played imperative roles in changing our country's future.
The Soweto Uprisings/ Sifiso Mxolisi Ndlovu
Many youth organisations, brigades and formations, with self-centered agendas that do not speak to the current challenges facing youth in the country.
Rioting and Writing, Diaries of the Wits Fallists
Sifiso Mxolisi Ndlovu, author of "The Soweto Uprisings: Counter-Memories of June 1976" recounts the exact details of what took place on June 16 1976.
HuffPost SA publishes an exclusive extract from the Fallists' book on the Fees Must Fall movement.