Changing identity of SA's youth

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June 9 - In exactly a week's time, South Africa will mark Youth Day commemorating the start of the 1976 Soweto Uprising. But as the country continues to undergo change, the question is if the identity of South Africa's young people are changing too.

June 9 - In exactly a week's time, South Africa will mark Youth Day commemorating the start of the 1976 Soweto Uprising. But as the country continues to undergo change, the question is if the identity of South Africa's young people are changing too.

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June 9 - In exactly a week's time, South Africa will mark Youth Day commemorating the start of the 1976 Soweto Uprising. But as the country continues to undergo change, the question is if the identity of South Africa's young people are changing too.

June 9 - In exactly a week's time, South Africa will mark Youth Day commemorating the start of the 1976 Soweto Uprising. But as the country continues to undergo change, the question is if the identity of South Africa's young people are changing too.

JOHANNESBURG - In exactly a week&39;s time South Africa will mark Youth Day, commemorating the start of the 1976 Soweto Uprising.

As the country continues to undergo change, the question is asked if the identity of South Africa&39;s young people are changing too.

Those who championed the uprising would later be identified as freedom fighters and revolutionaries.

But now, 20 years into democracy, who are our young people, and how do they identify themselves?

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