The Urinator of Stellenbosch
After learning that a white student urinated on black pupils' books and desks, the internet was buzzing with so many people, mainly black South Africans.
The face of the white racist boy was kept from the public throughout the whole day yesterday, but it has now been revealed.
Theuns Du Toit, a racist Stellenbosch University student who urinated on a black student's things, has been recognized. Since then, Theuns has been removed from the facility.
This is a severe crime because it brings up the topic of segregation, which was previously the norm in South Africa, with blacks being viewed as inferiors and whites, who were the minority, being treated as superiors, doing whatever they want to black people.
This boy should be imprisoned for his actions, and now a fellow black student is traumatized by what occurred; image that happening after 28 years of democracy.
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