The tragic saga of basic infrastructure in South Africa’s poorest schools, serving the poorest (black) children, goes on and on and on. No-one is held accountable. The state takes no effective action. Funds disappear, and children suffer. In some cases they pay with their lives. This is a defining reality of post-apartheid South Africa. We expected better. via After Children Die in Pit Toilets, South Africa Vows to Fix School Sanitation – The New York Times

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