White South Africans holding balloons and crosses march to protest against the violent murder of farmers which they term "genocide and oppressive state policies in favour of blacks" in Pretoria on October 10, 2013. (AFP/ALEXANDER JOE)

Are white South Africans being persecuted? Alleging growing vulnerability, a group called Red October held nation-wide protests demanding government action against, what they call, “the inhumane slaughter and oppression of the white South African ethnic minority”. Their claims sparked debates about racism, crime and minority rights. While Apartheid looked after whites only, does their claim that post-Apartheid South Africa now threatens their future hold any truth? Join us at 1930GMT.

In this episode of The Stream, we speak with:

Sunette Bridges @SunetteBridges 
Founder, Red October
 
Dan Roodt @DanRoodt
Afrikaner author & activist
Sipho Singiswa @reality_lens
Human rights filmmaker
 
Christi van der Westhuizen @ChristivdWest
Political journalist

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