Camissa Movement: It seems like SA doesn’t care about coloured people at all
Camissa movement leader, Jerome Lottering raises important questions with Abongile Nzelenzele on CapeTalk's Early Breakfast Show.
Lottering speaks of the many socio-economic challenges emerging from the coloured community.
While many communities have similar problems, it is more pronounced in coloured communities - the crime, the gangsterism, the general decay of these communities are more pronounced.Jerome Lottering, Camissa Movement
He says the ANC has acknowledged it is leaving coloured communities behind.
Take a listen to the solutions Lottering offers below:
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