Racism in South Africa

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Racism in South Africa is widely regarded as an ongoing problem. Since the demise of apartheid it remains a societal rather than an institutionalised problem.


  • Racism is a part of a problem, a world problem, which has to be overcome... We are struggling with racism [in South Africa], but racism is also alive and well in many other countries. And what we must overcome is racism being the cause of conflict. And what we need to recognize human beings as human beings; to award merit.

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