Racism in South Africa is widely regarded as an ongoing problem. Since the demise of Apartheid it remains a societal and an institutionalised problem.
Cape Town is dominated by people of different races so that causes the place to be more vulnerable to factors such as Racism as people of different races tend to treat or look at each other differently.
For people like us who haven't spent a lot of time in Cape Town might not have experienced much about the place in terms of Racism but people who have established. Themselves on that side are the ones who can tell us which areas are the most Racist ones.
A question was posed on Twitter today by someone who seem to be living in Capetown.
His question was, "Which part of Cape Town do you guys think is the most racist?"
Before responding to other's responses, he revealed what his thoughts are:
"I really think Blouberg/Table View has the highest concentration of racists in one area.So it looks like the suburbs where they mostly speak Afrikaans is winning this Fair." he said."
Then people started responding. It is good about their responses is that most of them are talking from their own experiences. They are not talking about something they have read it heard about.
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