Friday, March 14, 2008

Racist behaviour at schools

The South African government should take some of the blame for racism in schools and in society as a whole. One can not cure racism with counter racist laws. It is time that jobs are allocated by merit. It is over seventeen years since the end of apartheid in South Africa. Seventeen-year-old children were supposed to be born in freedom. That is not the case. There should be no color criteria in society at all. If not enough black people benefit from treasury education, suppressing the educational opportunities of white students should not be an option. South Africa needs all the academics she can train. Rather build more universities with the millions of un-spent municipal budget money that is returned each year.

What does the government expect from the rest of the society if it continues to make racist laws in sport, education and the work force.

What happened about "One Rainbow Nation”?

What happened to "Simonye”?

How long are we going to wait for it to become realized?

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