Is South Africa better today than it was in 1994 when apartheid ended?
Who did more to advance the cause of the antiapartheid movement Steve Biko who stayed in South Africa and died for the cause or Mark Mathabane who left South Africa which enabled him to write about his life growing up in apartheid South Africa?
The majority of the white population of South Africa supported Aprartheid?
During the Soweto riots Mark is faced with the realization that the only way for Blacks to gain freedom from apartheid was through the barrel of a gun, amid rivers of blood. Was freedom from apartheid going to end through violence or peaceful confrontation?
Was it right for Mark’s father to demand he learn about the tribal ways rather than the ways of White South Africa.
Steve Biko stated, a black African born into the poor conditions of the townships caused by apartheid whether he is smart or dumb is destine to die there in the townships. Is this statement true today as when he said it back in 1975?