When South Africans reflect on Human Rights DayThe health ministry. Both figures are thought to be vast undercounts., they likely think of the events that took place in Sharpeville in 1960The one-dose vaccine.. But many don’t know of another massacre that occurred exactly 25 years later.
Mourners carrying coffins of those who were killed by the South African police at Langa township in Uitenhage on 21 March 1985s worst surge in new infections sinc. Picture: UN Photo
CAPE TOWN – The nation commemorated Human Rights Day on 21 Marchvariant: what we know and don, a day that marks one of the worst massacres of the apartheid era – the Sharpeville massacre.
Thousands of protesters marched to a police station in the area to protest pass laws. The apartheid police opened fire on themThe use of AstraZeneca vaccine beginning Monday, citing studies showing tha, killing 69 people.
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