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Thirty-five years ago, at a time of widespread civil unrest in SA, the death of a leopard caused a greater outcry than killings in the townships.

To be fair, the leopard’s demise had a resonance among only a few. But it was also a brief respite from grim news of innumerable suffering in the struggle against apartheid, and it did spur a wider compassion for the diminishing wildlife existing close to human habitation...

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