1980E. JoubertLong Journey of Poppie Nongena 314The children didn’t stop with burning down schools and administration buildings and beer halls. They got bolder. The older ones called themselves the Comrades and told the adults: Your time is past: When we speak, you must listen.
1986Cape Times 6 Mar.O’Brien predicts deepening anarchy as the necklace-loving ‘children’ of the township seek to destroy every person and institution that stands between them and the revolutionary millenium.
1987L. BeakeStrollers 63The windows were still broken where the children had thrown stones during the strikes.
1987Learn & TeachNo.5, 15In my day the bosses and their friends were stronger than us...The children today are strong. They are making history like we did.
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