'We need people to people transformation' Thabo Makgoba

Archbishop of the Anglican Church, Thabo Makgoba talking on Human Rights Day, says all South Africans need to work together to overcome discrimination and build the country.

There's a lot of work that needs to be done. We have what one can call political transformation. Now we need people to people transformation.

Archbishop Thabo Makgoba, Anglican Church

If racism is partly due to historical factors, if racism is partly due to socio-economic factors, if racism is perpetuated by a crisis of distrust, we can't just relegate the solution to politicians; we also need to stand up and say this is wrong...I'm going to speak up and I'm going to step up.

Archbishop Thabo Makgoba, Anglican Church
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