"Pack Your Sh*t And Leave South Africa"

Anele Mdoda is breathing fire

By  | Feb 14, 2022, 03:21 PM  | Anele Mdoda  | Drama

Anele Mdoda
Anele Mdoda will hardly ever sit by and let an injustice happen without calling it out – it is one of the things we love dearly about her. And this time she has turned her attention to racism allegations, and she is breathing fire. 

Earlier in the day, reports emerged that there had been a racism incident at Hoërskool Jan Viljoen in Randfontein. As reports have it, Randfontein police were called in after the students broke into a fight that was allegedly racially motivated. 

According to Jacaranda News, one parent even said that there was a group of white students who have confessed to being racist, and have been terrorising their black schoolmates for about four years now, and the school’s administration hasn’t done anything about it yet. Apparently, the tensions have been running high all through the four years, and the incident was a culmination of it. 

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Anele, being a radio presenter, is naturally abreast with most local issues, and this one did not pass her by either. She took to social media to express her displeasure with such a disgusting state of affairs, saying that the black children did not deserve to feel alienated and unsafe in their own native country. 
She said that those parents at the school who feel like their white kids should not have to interact with black children should feel free to pack up and leave SA, as they are not welcome here anymore. 

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She further warned parents whose children feel comfortable flinging racial slurs against other kids. She said that no 12 year old really knows such hate, so any racial sentiments they express are just trickling down from their parents. “It’s you we are coming after,” she wrote. 
The incident has been triggering for a lot of people, understandably so. We are still in very fragile times as a country, and although apartheid is technically gone, its legacy is still alive and well with us, which is terrible. 
But on a lighter note, Anele recently led a bunch of her celebrity friends to take part in the Tinder Swindler #PostLikeSimon challenge. They all posted some photos of them flaunting wealth or a flamboyant lifestyle, then captioned it with the signature words of the main character of the documentary on Netflix.

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It resulted in a very fun challenge that gave Mzansi a lot of giggles, and motivated us at the same time, to work harder so that we too can one day take part in such a show. 

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