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Soweto Uprising 16 June 1976

Soweto Uprising 16 June 1976

It's incredible to think that our democracy is only 20 years old, we really have so much to be grateful for. And as we celebrate youth day it's important to remember those that sacrificed their lives for our freedom in the Soweto Uprising on this day in 1976. An event that reverberated across the world and changed the course of history in South Africa


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