The manufactured narrative of black idiocy in South Africa

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It is time for government to put in place measures that would encourage transformation in companies, institutions and organisations. Since the advent of democracy in South Africa there are companies that have either paid lip-service or ignored transformation. Picture: iStock/Gallo Images
It is time for government to put in place measures that would encourage transformation in companies, institutions and organisations. Since the advent of democracy in South Africa there are companies that have either paid lip-service or ignored transformation. Picture: iStock/Gallo Images

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It is not unimaginable in South Africa 26 years into democracy that one will hear many words being used to suggest that black people are, in the main, extremely stupid.

A lot of black women who are employed as domestic workers have normalised and accepted being described as stupid by their white bosses.

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