Behind the doom and gloom is a country worth fighting for

A drive through SA reveals the realities of inequality and injustice, and it is up to us to help bring about change

When I get the chance, I get off the freeway and drive through SA slowly. I don’t worry about where I am going or how long it will take to get there. I turn off the routes recommended by the GPS and see where I turn up. I try to be present on the drive instead of focusing on what comes next. Driving through SA offers you a chance to commune with the place. It becomes more yours, and you in turn become more South African...

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