Mxolisi ka Nkomonde says apartheid policing of Black people alive and well and in today’s world it poses as the rule of law, anti-corruption, transparency, antigovernment litigation and investigative journalism. Catch him on Twitter @MxolisiBob
Apartheid in South Africa has morphed itself into various forms of “subtle“ institutional racism ranging from the escalation of security complexes and exposing personal details of Blacks as a mutation of the “pencil test”.
The concentration of media control in South Africa creates a situation whereby it uses its position to sell particular narratives about Black people as “corrupt”, ”backward” and “cannot govern”. This Apartheid style reporting