Cutting Edge: Dead or alive

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In 2009 eThekwini municipality realized that they were running out of space to bury their residents and have since enacted a policy which would see strangers sharing graves. This means that multiple people would be buried in one grave. This has had residents, traditional leaders and civic organization up in arms because they say that it goes against their beliefs and customs. The city is not budging they say they don’t have any more land for burials and encourage the population to look to non-traditional methods of laying their loved ones to rest such as cremation however the residents are not having any of that either.

Watch Cutting Edge Thursdays at 21:30 on SABC 1.

Cutting Edge is the first of its kind in the country, an investigative programme for Africans produced by Africans in African languages. The programme depicts the story of South African youth, giving a voice to the usually voiceless, the ordinary youth of Mzansi. The show is here to inform, educate, empower and uplift tomorrow’s nation. It presents realities of life as in corruption, health, education, labour, politics, arts, culture and sports.

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