50 at 25: SA has so much potential - but poor leaders, says Makhosini Mgitywa
Twenty-five years of democracy is a milestone that South Africans are grappling to understand. Do we commemorate it, or is there still too much to fix before we celebrate? We spoke to 50-year-old South Africans who have lived half their lives in apartheid and the other half in democracy for some perspective.
Makhosini Mgitywa is a media practitioner, born in Pongola, KwaZulu-Natal. He spoke to Eyewitness News about what he thinks about the two halves of his life.