TVC News Nigeria gives us a report about a potential risk to Nigerians in South Africa.
There is no denying that South Africa has a long and complicated history when it comes to intolerance. The country has been plagued by racial tensions for centuries, and these tensions came to a head in the 20th century with the rise of the apartheid regime. While the apartheid regime was eventually toppled, the country has still struggled to come to terms with its past and heal the divisions that exist between its various racial and ethnic groups. Recent years have seen a resurgence of intolerance in South Africa, with a number of high-profile incidents making headlines. In 2015, for example, a group of black students at the University of the Witwatersrand were expelled for allegedly singing an inflammatory song during a protest. Another important factor is the level of education. When people are not well-educated, they may be more likely to believe negative stereotypes about other groups of people. This can lead to intolerance of those groups. Finally, the history of a country can also contribute to intolerance.