Azapo: no space for racists in SA


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Racism is racism, and it’s become evident in the hateful comments made by a Gauteng woman who called for the protection of pit bulls over black people.

The Human Rights Commissions’ Chris Nissen says that her comments are further evidence that South Africa has not dealt with racism or social cohesion.

The 60-year-old woman has since been arrested and released on a warning and will appear in court on March 27.

Amongst her comments, includes calling for African women to be prevented from bearing more children.

The Azanian People’s Organisation’s deputy president Kekeletso Khena spoke to Radio 786 while they demonstrated outside a housing complex believed to be where the woman lives.

Khena says that this woman’s voice note shows the kind of de-humanising sentiments shared by many in South Africa.

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