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South Africans Feeling Like Foreigners In Their Own Country

Source: https://twitter.com/TinyikoNtlurhi/status/1446608933439823876t=Zo2fQY8W5a2n0ek4LjITJQ&s=19


Some social media perspectives have been opened up by a certain tweet. Tinyiko @TinyikoNtlurhi, a Twitter UI tweeted: "I'm Tsonga, I know how in my own country it feels like to be a foreigner."


A conversation on twitter was initiated by the tweet.

It also suggested how the government disregarded its culture and ethnicity.


It is extremely clear that the government has focused on the promotion of specific cultures, especially in South African historical months and days.

Another user came out of fight that he had encountered at work, saying that his coworkers Pedi and Tsonga, like Xhosa, made him feel like an outsider. He added that due of the treatment of his coworkers, he survived disciplinary hearings.

This demonstrates how profoundly ingrained bigotry in our society exists.


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