Adam Catzavelos banned from kids' school after racist rant on video

Adam Catzavelos banned from kids' school after racist rant on video

- Adam Catzavelos, currently South Africa's most famous racist, was banned from entering his children's school

- Adam made news headlines when a video of him using the k-word went viral

- Steps have already been taken against him and he has since lost his job

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The man who became known as a racist overnight, Adam Catzavelos, is once again making news headlines. This time he's in the news after he was banned from his children's school.

The private school decided to bar Adam from their premises after he became the talk of the town with his racist video.

The Johannesburg school sent out a message to parents to inform them Adam is unwelcome until further notice, according to a report by EWN.

The identity of the school is being withheld to protect the children. The school stated that Adam's behaviour is not condoned by them.

Adam has born the brunt of South Africa's anger about his racial slur since his video went viral.

Briefly.co.za reported that the EFF has opened a case of racism against Adam and the DA turned to the South African Human Rights Commission.

READ ALSO: National Arts Council chair allegedly beaten by men who called him the k-word

Furthermore, after South African companies began to boycott the family business, Adam was fired from his job.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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