SAHRC: School Staff Guilty of Racist Hate Speech

SAHRC finds a Bloemfontein school's staff guilty of hate speech

The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) finds a Bloemfontein school's staff guilty of hate speech towards black and coloured pupils.

In May 2013, The SAHRC investigated allegations that pupils at the school were exposed to dehumanising and racist treatment by staff, including the principal.

SAHRC spokesperson, Isaac Mangena says the commission found the names and remarks (kaffirs, baboons, monkeys, and little black bitches) allegedly used by the staff as being hate speech as defined by the Promotion of Equality and Prevention of Unfair Discrimination Act.

To read the article titled, “SAHRC Finds Free State school staff guilty of racist hate speech,” click here.

Source: 
Times Live

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