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#THE411: Online racism, Gareht Cliff and #FeesMustFall

The #411 crew hit the streets of Joburg and Cape Town to explore issues of racism and free speech.

We asked people how they felt about radio personality Gareth Cliff's comments about racism and free speech. The general word on the street was that rights should be exercised with responsibility...


This article first appeared on 702 : #THE411: Online racism, Gareht Cliff and #FeesMustFall


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