Theuns du Toit, a student at Stellenbosch University, is now facing criminal proceedings. We may not have known from the start what the background story behind the video that went viral on Sunday morning was, but the repercussions of the film were most definitely felt by many, especially those who spend the majority of their time on their smartphones.
Even though the apartheid era has ended, there are still white people who are abusive and believe they are superior to black people. This is because they have held power for a very long period and are now compelled to accept our equality. Not every white person is racist.
Though we've come a long way since the apartheid era, there are still some white people who view black people with contempt and act superior to them. Those in power for a long time have a hard time accepting our degree of equality, and that's why.
Despite the fact that the apartheid era is passed, some white people continue to be abusive and believe they are superior to black people. This is because individuals in positions of authority have found it difficult to embrace our current level of equality. Racist attitudes are not held by every white person.
EFF has threatened to close Stellenbosch University should they not act in response to the white student who was spreading a video peeing on black students' property. There have been a number of cases with white students abusing black students over the previous few years, but the institution chose to ignore them.
A recent racist incident at Stellenbosch University has infuriated a large number of black individuals. According to the South African Students Congress (Sasco), a white student entered the room of a black student at the Huis Marais residence early on Sunday and urinated on his books and laptop.
https://ewn.co.za/2022/05/19/stellenbosch-university-student-arrested-for-rape-suspended-from-residence?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter cAPE TOWN - A supposed attacker at Stellenbosch University has been suspended from his home. The college's administration has affirmed that the supposed culprit was captured on Wednesday morning. Stellenbosch University said that the supposed attacker had been suspended from his home, forthcoming an inside and criminal examination.
Stellenbosch university has been under a lot of scrutiny for the racist incidents that took place over a week ago. A video circulating on social media showed a white boy urinating on the belongings of a black person. The video sparked a lot of attention on social media leading to activists and South African citizens fighting for the accused to be expelled from the University.
What a student from Stellenbosch University has done is not only an insult to the fellow student who is a victim, but an insult to all Africans since we are cherishing the spirit of ubuntu this month. Such a behaviour should be harshly discouraged with no mercy whatsoever.
The Stellenbosch University racial incident that sparked widespread outrage has brought SA's racial tensions back into the spotlight. The university's vice-chancellor for learning and teaching, Prof. Deresh Ramjugernath, weighs in. EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu said “On a normal day the DA normally bombards the media with 5-10 press releases before 12 pm.
Source: https://twitter.com/TeamNews24/status/1527267839236792322?t=7vWtagIfuiwPnuAI2gn1rQ&s=19 The incident which happened at the Stellenbosch University where a white student, Theuns Du Toit urinated on the belongings of a first year black student, has sparked rage from students. They have been massive demonstrations at the institution, and students held placards with messages 'we are not toilets', 'Am I the next toilet'.
Some Stellenbosch University students and people close to the perpetrator of the historic pee episode have defended him and denied that he was racist, according to the city of Cape Town. After the pee controversy, this is the latest in a string of incidents involving the same person.
Ending racism is not just about changing attitudes; it is also about changing the material conditions that still today separate black and white South Africans. President Cyril Ramaphosa has censured the bigoted occurrence that occurred at a grounds home at Stellenbosch University. Stellenbosch University suspended a white understudy who peed on the possessions of a dark understudy in what gives off an impression of being a racially charged squabble.
A victim of a urine incident at Stellenbosch University has filed criminal charges. On May 17, 2022, Babalo Ndwayana, a first-year student at Stellenbosch University, comes to the Western Cape town's police station to file charges. On Tuesday, a student at Stellenbosch University filed charges of breaking and entering, malicious damage to property, and racism when a fellow student urinated on his laptop and other possessions.
Because of the viral video showing a white student peeing in black students' things, the Economic Freedom Fighters have threatened to close Stellenbosch University. Numerous cases of white students abusing black students have been documented throughout the years, but the university has chosen to do nothing about it.
Stellenbosch University seems to be hogging the limelight for all the wrong reasons lately. Barely a week after a racial incident caused a massive storm, the University has hit the headlines once again. This time after a female student was allegedly raped in campus. The incident was confirmed by the university's management who added that the incident took place on campus.
Re Edwin Cameron is now in charge of Stellenbosch University as its chancellor. It comes just a few days after an alleged racist incident at the Huis Marais residence put the university in the news. Cameron said that people deserved to go to a university where there was no disrespect, hatred, or degrading behavior.
3 days ago at Stellenbosch University, a white student was caught in a video peeing in a black student's room which showed racism on another level. The minister of education Blade Nzimade said there is no place for such behavior or people in our universities. The university said there will be a disciplinary hearing on Friday and Blade Nzimande is waiting for the report.
Another scandal has rocked Stellenbosch University when a first-year student was detained on Wednesday in connection with the rape of a fellow student. One of the university's students was arrested, according to the university. The student will be suspended pending the outcome of a criminal and internal inquiry.
The university management has confirmed on Wednesday morning, announced that the perpetrator is behind the bars due to the incident. Latest, a rapist at stellenbosch University, Cape Town was arrested by police officers and officially suspended from his resident. The management finally announced everything on Wednesday in the morning.