Durban - Chairperson of the KZN Parents Association, Vee Gani, has expressed disappointment following a racial incident at a school in Ladysmith.
Gani was reacting to a video that has since gone viral in which a youngster walks into a toilet stall at the Ladysmith High School and shows a painting on the wall that reads, “F** K BLACKS”.
Gani said after more than 20 years into democracy, such events should not be taking place.
“It is very concerning that this is taking place in a school. Why someone would post hate speech like that, worries me. It speaks to the kind of ideology that the child is being exposed to. We need to learn to respect each other,” he said.
Gani said the country will not grow if people are still believing that we are different based on skin colour.