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Ramaphosa Breaks Silence On Urination Incident: Ending Racism Is Not Just About Changing Attitudes

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.


"It is really disturbing that such episodes are going on at schools and places of higher learning. Some individuals included were brought into the world after the finish of politically-sanctioned racial segregation," said Ramaphosa. 'We live with prejudice everyday' Ramaphosa, in his week after week pamphlet, called attention to that prejudice stays a component of regular day to day existence in South Africa.

"We know that prejudice, here and all over the planet, is driven by sensations of predominance with respect to the people who execute it," made sense of the president. Also, despite the fact that prejudice can be coordinated against anybody, individuals of color endure the worst part, both before and in the present. As the 'People of color Matter' development has so firmly stated, we want to methodicallly destroy and kill perspectives of white predominance," he added.


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