Youth debate human rights issues

well lender reform free education and Human Rights came under the spotlight at the Sanger high school in Ananda kwazulu-natal on human rights day now the event saw scores of learners from schools in and around ananda converged on the burial site of john el baile de to be the founding president of the ANC to checkol modern-day challenges now with the expropriation of land without compensation featuring quite prominently high school located at one of the highest points overlooking the township of Ananda the school has reached political history for South Africa it was the home of John land ally banana to be the founding president of the ANC Dube was buried here in 1946 in 1994 during our first democratic elections Nelson Mandela cast his vote here in tribute to Dube and 24 years on young people lawyers politicians activists and members of civil society are discussing some of the challenges facing South Africa human rights month young people are demanding answers on land free education and human rights why it does in other school Alana’s pay school fees if education is not to be sold because education is also a right I don’t understand why it’s seen a CEO no 4% and then born about Kamehameha Basra what about only 72% well the people that’s being distributed that land use it to to benefit our country or will that lead to food insecurity a panel made up of lawyers activists and politicians was on hand to provide answers reality is it is not sustainable to have these patterns of land ownership in this country if these things are not attended they will then reverse the gains there were made with the advent of democracy and you have to organize the people and protest but this underlying thing is that you need to protest peacefully why do people pay or students pay your parents are obliged to pay school fees the bottom line is that if you can afford it you should be paying for it am I correct because by you paying for it it allows others who are deserving of not paying for it not paying for it was will natal health MBC was the keynote speaker I want to say part of bringing back the lens will be to restore our dignity and to restore our our respect we would really want to say I learned I achieve we really are demanding it we are demanding it Baba this Township is going to allow a black child it’s going to allow a South African child not to be restrained by color in terms of their outlook as we continue to mark Human Rights month these learners say they will be keeping a close watch on government to see how free education will be rolled out and land reform implemented they say South Africa owes it to people like John langille ebay lilette dubey and Nelson Mandela that free education and land reform happens in our lifetime dondochakka s ABC News

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