COMMUNITY GROUP HOPES CASE WILL SEE EC WOMAN BROUGHT TO BOOK OVER RACIST RANT

CAPE TOWN – A community group, the Khoisan Defiance Campaign, said they hoped a case against an alleged racist will soon bring the suspect to book.

Campaign convenor Sammy Claassen opened a case of crimen injuria against the woman from Queenstown, in the Eastern Cape.

Claasen had screenshots of the woman’s post, where she uses derogatory and racist terms, that went viral last week in the aftermath of the Ashwin Willemse incident.

A screengrab of the offensive Facebook comment.

Live video footage showed Willemse walked off the Supersport set, after he accused his co-presenters, Nick Mallet and Naas Botha, of patronising him.

Photo credit-EWN

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