We all have our crosses to bear, but it’s time to douse our anger and reconcile

Two men from different backgrounds have found common ground after one burnt a cross in memory of farm attacks

2020-11-24 11:24:00 AM

Two men from different backgrounds have found common ground after one burnt a cross in memory of farm attacks

Two men from different backgrounds have found common ground after one burnt a cross in memory of farm attacks

23 November 2020 - 20:28When Nick Motloung burnt a cross on October 26 in memory of those killed in farm attacks, it sparked a lawsuit from a white Christian farmer. But instead of going to court, the men came together and found they had more in common than they thought.

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Reconciliation can’t be done from prison, said anti-farm murder activist Anthony Hall, who was so enraged he opened a case against Motloung for arson and malicious damage to property...This article is free to read if you register or sign in. Read more: Sunday Times »

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The farm workers conditions have not gotten better anyway