Zelda la Grange attacked on Twitter for remarks

2015-01-17 15:24
Zelda la Grange and Nelson Mandela (Foto24)

Zelda la Grange and Nelson Mandela (Foto24)

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Cape Town - Zelda la Grange, former president Nelson Mandela's former private secretary, was at the centre of a race argument on Twitter after she made remarks about President Jacob Zuma making whites feel unwelcome in the country.

She also changed her Twitter name to Zelda van Riebeeck, after Zuma made comments at an ANC fundraiser on Friday, reportedly saying that "all the trouble began" in 1692 when Jan van Riebeeck landed in the Cape.

The FF Plus has since laid a complaint of hate speech against the ANC and Zuma, the SA Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) said.

The topic Zelda was also trending on Twitter.

After some of her remarks, Twitter users started using the hashtag #ZeldaDoesntEvenKnow in response to her tweets.

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