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Xenophobia blame game inflicts great pain

BORN in Cato Manor during the apartheid era of 1956 and one of 13 children, my strict parents taught me and my siblings that we must know that we had neighbours, friends and family of all races who had lived together for many years. We grew up going to all cultural events and I grew up learning Zulu because I played with all the local children.

We were integrated and did not see race, creed or colour. The 1950 Group Areas Act began to be

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