- A family shared their story of the abuse they experienced as a racist neighbour has been victimising them
- Sparks flew when the nasty neighbour blocked their parking within the complex and hurled racist insults at them
- Their complaints to the complex manager fell on deaf ears, which prompted them to make a case at the Boksburg North Police station
A family shared their harrowing experience at the hands of racist neighbours inside of their residential complex.
On Saturday, the father of the family wanted to head out and walked to his car.
However, just as he pulled away, one of the neighbours blocked his way and asked to speak to him.
The two men then had a heated verbal exchange regarding the parking situation as the disgruntled neighbour seemingly took exception to the family renting two parking bays.
Their daughter, Noloyiso, shared her take on the encounter.
Noloyiso said, “The man said 'you F***en K**fir you don't belong here, go back the hell where you come from'. By that time, the kids came out of the house as the man was screaming.”
Noloyiso’s mother then urged her husband to report the incident to the complex manager.
However, it soon became evident to them that the manager’s husband was a racist too.
Noloyiso recalls, “Without asking anything, the caretaker's husband came to my father and started pushing him and said, ‘bloody Kaffirs, this land belongs to us.’”
CMS Security Services were eventually called in, but the racist neighbour refused to co-operate and left the scene.
The manager refused to offer much assistance, which led Noloyiso to ask why the complex didn’t mount a “whites only” sign at the front.
The security staff suggested that Noloyiso’s father report the incident at the police station. The family obliged and made a case at the Boksburg North Police station.
To add insult to injury, the family realised that the racist neighbour now blocked their car.
They returned back to the police station, but the neighbour moved his car before police officers made their way to the area.
Noloyiso revealed the case number and Briefly.co.za reached out to the police station to gather more information.
Unfortunately, no feedback had been received at the time of publication.
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