Why do you think there’s still racism in South Africa?

SARAH MOTHA “People don’t know that we were misled by scholars who did research in the 1800s about genetics. They said we are different whereas we are from the same source of genes.”

March 14 to 21 is Anti-Racism Week. The COURIER asked members of the community why they think there is still racism in South Africa.

NONKOSI MALITI
“I believe there is still racism because people still have that mindset that blacks and whites are not equal.”

ZENZILE MAVUSO
“Racism is still rife in South Africa. We are still not equal in every respect.”

BONGANI MAKHUBO
“There are still institutions that still breed the culture of racism or racial policies.”

NOMASONTO MAZIBUKO
“Because of inequalities. The rich still think they are the custodians of the country. They need to reach out to the poor.”

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