Nkenke Kekana | Time to hold DA accountable for its racist politics

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The offensive DA poster located near the Phoenix Plaza in Phoenix, north of Durban. Photo: Kaveel Singh/News24
The offensive DA poster located near the Phoenix Plaza in Phoenix, north of Durban. Photo: Kaveel Singh/News24

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Unsurprisingly, the party was roundly condemned by the majority of South Africans, among them analysts, influencers and thought leaders such as Gareth van Onselen and Dawie Scholtz.

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