Phakamisa Mayaba | Of chicken feet and other ‘black things’

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In an apology posted on Twitter, Masuku said the video was taken out of context. Photo: Liza van Deventer
In an apology posted on Twitter, Masuku said the video was taken out of context. Photo: Liza van Deventer

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If we were talking about sushi or caviar – which are generally known as “izinto zabelungu” [“white people’s things”] out on the street, one might get it.

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