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At some point we have all probably compared ourselves to someone else. It’s a habit that many of us have and don’t even realise. My problem with social media is precisely this culture of comparison that I see growing stronger every day.

Not only do people try to “keep up with the Khumalos” by buying things they don’t need, they also try to keep up by bragging all over the place about their financial progress...

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