President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday said he had spoken to Turkish-origin football star Mesut Ozil after his decision to quit the German team on the grounds of racism, offering his praise for the Arsenal player’s move.
Mesut Ozil’s decision to quit playing for Germany unleashed a racism storm in Berlin on Monday, but earned the applause of Ankara with a Turkish minister hailing “a goal against the virus of fascism”.
The wife of the Springs farmer accused of abusing and forcing a worker to drink liquid faeces says she is not racist and all employees are always treated well.
The South African Human Rights Commission has called for a R150 000 fine against Velaphi Khumalo, wholly suspended for a year, for his posts on Facebook advocating for the killing of white people following the Penny Sparrow case. Khumalo, who works for the Gauteng Department of Sports and Recreation, was taken to the Equality Court […]
Former Constitutional Court Judge and struggle veteran – Justice Zak Yacoob, has challenged Julius Malema to a public debate about the EFF leader’s recent anti-Indian comments.