Blacks are now discriminating
April 22 nd, 2015
Pretoria - In the 1980s, SA was victim of political tension due to apartheid and racial discrimination by whites. But today, Ugandans in SA sadly expressed that it is safer to be in a white neighbourhood than interacting with fellow black Africans. David William Rukanshonga, a member of the Association of Ugandan Professionals in SA, has been working in SA for 15 years. He said that the best way is to avoid townships and predominantly black dominated areas which harbour so many unemployed youths. It is safe to stay away from unnecessarily interaction with angry blacks because they feel foreigners come to SA to take their jobs, open shops and sell drugs. Living and working in a predominantly white neighbourhood, he feels his children are safe.
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