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South Africa: recognising black achievement

Hope Flower expresses her anger that even in post-apartheid South Africa Black achievement is not celebrated. “Black achievement is still seen as an aberration or as a product of some government policy, affirmative action and black economic empowerment especially“. In particular she highlights the case of Nthato Motlana who won the Lifetime Award in the Sunday Times top 100 companies awards and goes on to discuss some of his achievements.

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