Seemingly stuck in the gory past of apartheid, Piet Retief in Mpumalanga, where almost everything is determined along racial lines, is arguably a scary and depressing place, particularly for a stranger. But when one delves deeper into the lives of the mostly farming community, one gets to understand that the recent developments were part of a bigger anger behind a festering problem. The town, on the border of SA and Eswatini, recently shot to notoriety when the two Coka brothers, Zenzele and Mgcini, were shot and killed on Pampoenkraal Farm, outside Piet Retief. According to the Workers and Labour Tenants…

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