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Three white men have been arrested for the alleged assault of two black teenagers at a resort in South Africa. Johan Nel, Jan Stephanus van der Westhuizen

The Christmas Day incident in the town of Bloemfontein was captured on video by a passerby and shared on Twitter by a woman claiming to be the sister of the victims. So far it has been viewed more than 21 million times.

In the footage, a man can be seen strangling, slapping and putting one of the teens in a headlock and throwing him into the pool. The violence has sparked renewed demands for the nation’s leaders to address racism.


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Johan Nel, Jan Stephanus van der Westhuizen arrested for the alleged assault of two black teenagers

According to the two teens, the attackers told them that the pool at the Maselspoort Resort and Conference Center was “for white people only,” reports The New York Times.


Two were arrested and there age is 47 and 33 respectively as in the heading and charged with assault. A third unidentified individual is facing attempted murder charges.

One of the teens who was assaulted is 18-year-old Kgokong Nakedi, his father, Brian Nakedi, told the Times. According to Mr. Nakedi, who was once an underground Apartheid fighter, his family booked the resort for three nights for a post-Covid reunion.

Nakedi said his family had booked a part of the resort that has chalets, but his son and a 13-year-old nephew opted to swim in a pool in a wooded camp area. The teens were reportedly told not to be in the area by people they believed were not guests at the resort.


Kgokong and the 13-year-old boy decided to get into the pool before alerting Mr. Nakedi to the situation. Kgokong said that as one of the men held him underwater, he muttered, “You are fighting for the water; now you are going to die.

President Cyril Ramphosal issued a statement condemning the attacks. “Under the rule of law, we must let investigations run their course…but under the rule of law, we can and must also declare that racism has no place in our society and that racists have nowhere to hide,” he said. Ramphosal. , according to The Times.

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