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A generation born of hope. A generation meant to catapult the country towards a better future.
Children born in 1994, a year that marked the birth of South Africa’s democracy are generally referred to as the ‘Born Free’ generation. This special group of young men and women finished their basic education careers in 2012. For many South Africans who saw the walls and government that segregated the country crumble, this symbolised not only a new beginning, but a better path for all who called this country home.
Dreams of a flourishing country, yearnings to forget South Africa’s legacy of apartheid and several injustices were all put on this group of free children. It seems not only ideas of a better education but more equality, employment and ultimately a complete turnaround of the country’s legacy, which included political and social injustices were also planted along the path the ‘Born Frees’ had to walk.
Clearly these ‘Born Frees’ aren’t the answer that the country’s been praying for.Perhaps after a few more years, South Africa will start churning out the type of results it wants to truly shape the tomorrow it has always envisioned.
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