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Zombie Verwoerd stalks internet

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Afrikaans writer loses award over comments on black people

The SA Literary Awards has withdrawn its award for Annelie Botes, writer of <em>Thula Thula</em>, for saying she did not like black people.

Letters to the Editor: December 3 2010

<i>M&G</i> readers share their thoughts on the education system, Annelie Botes, Glenn Agliotti and more.

Fallout continues after ‘I don’t like black people’ comments

Author Annelie Botes has complained that the <em>M&G</em> deliberately put her in a bad light and emphasised the negative in her comments.

Hands off Annelie Botes

I don't like Jeremy Cronin. Every time he speaks about the progress that we blacks have supposedly made under the ANC, my blood boils with anger.

Author Annelie Botes stands by racist comments

Award-winning writer Annelie Botes says her attitude is motivated by crime.

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