The accusation levelled at Coloureds, also since the events at the primary school in Davidsonville, Gauteng, as being racist, has prompted me to briefly reflect on this. The subjectivity of opinions on this matter will not assist us that much. What may rather assist us to form a more objective verification of whether Coloureds are indeed racist or not, are the historical facts that underlie the existence of Coloureds in relation to Blacks, Whites and Indians in South Africa.

If Coloureds were indeed racist, why would

We as the Davidsonville Community Forum (DCF) release the following statement:

1. We very much appreciate all the support we have received from the public and all other organizations on the stand we have taken to seek equality and inclusive nation building through representivity in employment opportunities, quality education and the exposure of corruption. Your support and encouragement is appreciated. However, our combined steadfastness towards principles enshrined in our common agreement of 1955 at Kliptown by patriotic Blacks, Whites, Indians and Coloureds – much forgotten off late – is what needs to drive not only our little struggle but the consistent stride of our nation towards building a country for ALL, without the exclusion or marginalisation of any group.

2. We would also like to make people aware of the seriousness of

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