The vandalised horse memorial at Port Elizabeth:
another in a spate of inanimate objects under attack by people
who have no understanding of history.
The Horse Memorial is a provincial heritage site in Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape in memory of the horses that served and died during the Anglo Boer War'
The total cost of all the horses acquired for the war was around 7 million pounds. More than 300,000 horses died in British service in South Africa.
The memorial was described in the Government Gazette as:
|Before the vandals stepped in ...|
And After Statues Fall ...?