One of the hardest tasks facing every South African is to dismantle the prejudice, fear and ignorance that have been instilled in us by the way our country is structured. Too often we think that our personal behaviour is unaffected by the past and that others are the problem. But is it true? In this interview, Bongani Tau gets comfortably uncomfortable with journalist C.L Bell as they discuss her book, ‘Lost Where We Belong’, which began as a reporting assignment on ‘democracy in the old Transkei’ for Time magazine, and evolves into an extended essay on identity, belonging and what it takes to probe the conscious and unconscious shadows of an apartheid childhood.



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Youth Leadership Platform: Overcoming Prejudice (Part 1)