Resilience of Eastern Cape to be celebrated


A few years ago, I left my home in Johannesburg to pursue my undergraduate degree at Rhodes University in Makhanda (formerly Grahamstown).

I knew little about the Eastern Cape province, except that it did not perform well with matric results, and had one of the country’s highest levels of poverty and unemployment...

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