do they still have “Whites Only ” sections in South Africa? how do they get away with it in today’s “p.c. world”?

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was wondering how South Africa compares to the USA as far as racism, racial tensions, etc and was told that they are divided like the US “South” was 5-60 years ago? is that true? why they are like that?


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  • South Africa is much, much, much worse. In South Africa, it’s legal to take a white farmers land, even if they bought the land from a black African AFTER apartheid. White business owners have to split half their earnings with a black person, even if that person doesn’t work there. They just have to give half of everything they make to someone who is black because it’s the law.

    This is what they call justice in South Africa.

  • I was there for the 2010 World Cup and did not experience any problems.  There are parts of Johanasburg where we were advise it wasn’t safe after dark.

  • All the original answers to this question are just plain nonsense.  We are all equal.  Property rights are constitutionally protected.  We do not have no go areas or places in the country.

    This is our Constitutional Court, it should have 11 justices;…

    The rest of our judiciary consists of only highly acclaimed professionals, race excluded.  Personalities and character are horses of different colours.  We are human after all.

    “how do they get away with it in today’s “p.c. world”?”  We don’t get away with it.  We don’t need to do so.

    Please do read up on the country before you next get rid of such utter garbage here.

    Use Duckduckgo for that to avoid Google’s filter bubble to ensure you get neutral information.  No, I am not affiliated or connected to DDG in any way, it just does not track you.

    Thank you.

  • No, they no longer have that.

  • Actually they now have a blacks only own land section.

  • yes, you just stand up and shout “Done told you ni***er, this is the WHITES ONLY SECTION!!”

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