A view of the decapitated bust of Cecil John Rhodes, a 19th century British colonialist, at the Rhodes Memorial in Cape Town. Picture: RODGER BOSCH / AFP
A view of the decapitated bust of Cecil John Rhodes, a 19th century British colonialist, at the Rhodes Memorial in Cape Town. Picture: RODGER BOSCH / AFP
A view of the decapitated bust of Cecil John Rhodes, a 19th century British colonialist, at the Rhodes Memorial in Cape Town. Picture: RODGER BOSCH / AFP
A view of the decapitated bust of Cecil John Rhodes, a 19th century British colonialist, at the Rhodes Memorial in Cape Town. Picture: RODGER BOSCH / AFP
A view of the decapitated bust of Cecil John Rhodes, a 19th century British colonialist, at the Rhodes Memorial in Cape Town. Picture: RODGER BOSCH / AFP
A view of the decapitated bust of Cecil John Rhodes, a 19th century British colonialist, at the Rhodes Memorial in Cape Town. Picture: RODGER BOSCH / AFP
A visitor looks at the decapitated bust of Cecil John Rhodes, a 19th century British colonialist, at the Rhodes Memorial in Cape Town. Picture: RODGER BOSCH / AFP
A visitor looks at the decapitated bust of Cecil John Rhodes, a 19th century British colonialist, at the Rhodes Memorial in Cape Town. Picture: RODGER BOSCH / AFP
A monument to Cecil Rhodes, a controversial figure in the history of South Africa, is seen in Cape Town on June 11, 2020. Picture: REUTERS/Mike Hutchings/File Photo
A monument to Cecil Rhodes, a controversial figure in the history of South Africa, is seen in Cape Town on June 11, 2020. Picture: REUTERS/Mike Hutchings/File Photo
A man waits outside while a cleaning company sterilizes a spaza shop in Kagiso, Johannesburg. Picture: ALON SKUY
A man waits outside while a cleaning company sterilizes a spaza shop in Kagiso, Johannesburg. Picture: ALON SKUY
A man waits outside while a cleaning company sterilizes a spaza shop in Kagiso, Johannesburg. Picture: ALON SKUY
A man waits outside while a cleaning company sterilizes a spaza shop in Kagiso, Johannesburg. Picture: ALON SKUY

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