ROME, JUL 18 – The “fight” against racism “is not complete” and the world must continue to fight it by all means. Makaziwe Mandela told Sky News on the occasion of Nelson Mandela’s International Day. “My father would repeat today what he said when he was alive, that the struggle is not complete and that we should not get tired, we should go on fighting racism with everything we have in our power, uniting”. Among other things, the pandemic has contributed to the increase in racism globally, he warned: “Covid is destroying many people, many are losing their jobs”, so the virus “has increased inequalities in society”. Mandela’s daughter, speaking of the wave of violence in South Africa following the arrest of former President Jacob Zuma, said that “no one wants to see South Africa in this situation, but unless the issues of poverty are addressed openly. and injustice, the country will see even more violence ”. And the indictment against the ANC, the party whose father was the soul, is very harsh: “All the problems in South Africa are his responsibility”. The African National Congress “seems to have forgotten why it came to power. that is to improve the conditions and the lives of blacks who had been impoverished and whose dignity had been taken away by the apartheid regime ”. Because “if you look at the conditions of the poor in South Africa, who are mainly black, it hasn’t improved”. (HANDLE).