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2014-04-30 13:45
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20 years, and you still want to call it former white schools??? Most former white schools are about 50-70% black. Wake up!!! You know how many schools could have been build with the Nkandla money? My white boys did not even have a chance to play sport in a so called previously white school because we did not have the money. Black kids are given so much more opportunities, horse riding, soccer, tennis, table tennis etc.
I in the apartheid years, did not even get those opportunities! Believe it or not, not all whites had/have money. If our parents did not have money, you could not even think of going to university, unless you were a straight A student, and were lucky enough to get a bursary.
The universities are already overcrowded with incompetent fools, with pathetic grades, so you want sport to have a lot of incompetent people, as long as they are the right colour. Pathetic and racist.If you work hard and excell, give the bursaries or the place in the sport team, no matter the colour of skin.

 

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