By Bishop Clyde N. S. Ramalaine
Bees Le Roux murder case and Robert McBride drunk driving Case
I know I promised in our FB Group “The Thinking Masses” to be silent on political issues exemplified in analysis or commentary, at least in this power-pack Rugby World-Cup season in which I thought we should take a break from the heavy political discussions, debates and postulating from Julius Malema to a Chief Justice Mogoeng saga’s, that have defined discourse over the last eight weeks..
Yet my silence is forced open, in typical biblical Jeremiah manner, when I have to make sense of the Bees Le Roux and Robert McBride cases finalised almost simultaneously.
I have contended in my note last year, “Black life remains cheap 16 years into our democracy”. It was incidentally a note I wrote when my wife asked me to write when she was visibly appalled by the murder…
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