A hologram of good intentions

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As I looked for plug points to connect my laptop for a PowerPoint presentation earlier this week, some of the teachers pointed to the ceiling – the school had just experienced another robbery in which equipment was stolen.

In this volatile township where children come to school traumatised by broken homes and abject poverty, a school is not simply a place of learning – it is a vital resource to be razed to the ground, if possible...

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