Nando's SA sponsored a "debate" which in my opinion turned into a "racist" show. In this virtual meeting, Nando's got Gareth Cliff, John Steenhuisen and a fellow black woman to discuss matters related to structured racism. Throughout the show, Steenhuisen's had a smile on his face.
He nodded in agreement that a black woman's experience of racism in SA did not matter. The Gate was open for John and he enjoyed every moment. When the lady tried tried to speak she was interrupted. This goes to show just how much the DA must not be trusted. On the other hand Gareth was likened to a bag of trash on twitter because he was talking "garbage".
Gareth and the DA shouldn't be trusted. It isn't long ago that they went to Phoenix and called Indians heroes. Keep in mind that they were praising the very same people who treated blacks scornfully.
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