Final word on the k-word, in black and white

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Final word on the k-word, in black and white

Peter-Paul Ngwenya's use of the word against another black man cannot be accepted as part of a culture, magistrate rules

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It is not okay to call another person the k-word, regardless of their race.

This is according to SA Human Rights Commission deputy chairperson Priscilla Jana who was reacting to the first racism judgment involving a black person calling another black person the k-word.

“It is not acceptable, considering our history. It does not matter if you’re black or white. I think he was rightly convicted,” Jana said...

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