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'Urine Stew' Video Sparks Rage in S. Africa

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'Urine Stew' Video Sparks Rage in S. Africa

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'Urine Stew' Video Sparks Rage in S. Africa

'Urine Stew' Video Sparks Rage in S. Africa

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Racial tension has been high for months at the University of the Free State in South Africa, where white students allegedly videotaped their taunting of black workers and made them eat a stew mixed with urine.

Farai Chideya discusses the incident with Zine Magubane, associate professor of sociology at Boston College.

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