De Klerk says Sparrow must make an ‘unqualified apology’

05 January 2016 - 11:42 By TMG Digital

The FW de Klerk Foundation called on Penny Sparrow “to make an unqualified apology for her remarks and to acquaint herself with the values on which our new society has been established”. The statement comes in the wake of the outrage caused when a post on Facebook by Sparrow‚ apparently angered by the presence of black people on beaches‚ went viral on Monday.

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