Is it worth noting that a white woman hangs out ekasi?
Mavito Gauteng While this is a good topic to create awareness, it’s somehow giving the impression that we are racist. Why are white hobos neither a surprise nor a point of discussion? Edward Rakgokong Gauteng I think we should live beyond race. This lady is comfortable living with black people in the township and she should be respected and be left to live her life. I’m proud of her. You go, girl. Big up to you. Yvonne McKeon KwaZulu-Natal There are more important issues in this country than a young woman leading her own life. Carmen KwaZulu-Natal We declared ourselves the rainbow nation and we are groomed to embrace being the rainbow nation, but as soon as one of us shows rainbow colours, the very people who cry out that we should all be treated as one become the dividers. These dividers will neither embrace the rainbow colours nor the promise of the rainbow because their minds are blinding their eyes and all they see is the difference between black and white. Many of these dividers do not know or even understand the power of demolishing the apartheid regime and will forever be stuck in this time frame. Being raped is awful and sickening, but sitting on your bed crying for 30 years because you were raped is a crime against yourself. Forgive the perpetrator, set yourself free and embrace life. Dankies Mapote Limpopo As black people, we always complain that whites don’t bother to learn our culture and languages, but here is an agent of change. She wants to break the boundaries so that we can all get to know one another as a nation, and what does this young woman get? Rejection and not only that, but reminded that she will never be black – she is Kasi Mlungu, not Kasi Darkie. Her identity (white) is still kept intact. Let’s allow them in so that we can understand them. I love being black. Tebogo Gauteng I have a problem with us black people. We find it somehow unusual when we see whites hanging ekasi. How about blacks who stay in estates such as Waterkloof ? Sello Gauteng I believe we all need to change and accept one another. She’s doing a great thing.