I'm not gonna read the article.
Just for the record.@TonyEhrenreich does not speak for me. I speak for myself! I didn't vote or ask Tony to speak on my behalf. I'm sure many Coloureds feel like this. That's right, WE ARE COLOUREDS. We are not black or White. https://t.co/tD6mvjoKOk
But we aren't "black"! We are mixed-race. We have the right to associate ourselves with whomever we want but we aren't and will never be black or white.
It is unbelievably arrogant of Tony Ehrenreich to think he speaks for an entire community, and gives them a new name without even consulting said community. https://t.co/jTMswTNVP5
Tony Ehrenreich assumes himself to be speaking for all of SA's coloured people. The man has delusions of grandeur.
@TonyEhrenreich: You don't need to write open letters to @CyrilRamaphosa, the last time I checked he was your fellow comrade. Lastly, majority of your community still openly identify themselves as coloureds. I am not sure when have you since change this.Stop being a hypocrite.
Like you @TonyEhrenreich I find it indictment on system that, a quarter of a century after universal suffrage, I need to contemplate a change in race classification, in SA where equal rights can be more equal than another, depending on ethnic genetics of distant ancestors. https://t.co/7ETvXQJBwN
Former #COSATU Western Cape leader #TonyEhrenreich has written an open letter to #PresidentRamaphosa saying the racial word coloured people is derogatory. This is what some young people had to do to say about the word
This is @MLJames10 sports reporter @vowfm#witsradioacademy pic.twitter.com/wtfKOyWbtH