Adam ‘Mxolisi’ Catzavelos’ gogos and umkhulus say he’s a changed man

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Adam ‘Mxolisi’ Catzavelos’ gogos and umkhulus say he’s a changed man

Adam Catzavelos at the Randburg Magistrates Court, 13 February 2020. Picture Neil McCartney

The convicted racist still doesn’t know who ratted him out, and seemingly doesn’t care. The men and women of Soweto, where he has been doing his community service, have forgiven him though, saying he’s a changed man. The EFF doesn’t seem to agree.

Convicted racist Adam Catzavelos has been given a new name by a group of Orlando women with whom he has been spending time: Mxolisi. “It means forgiveness,” Paulina Thithi said on Thursday, “We forgive him”. The 80-year-old was speaking on the sidelines of the Randburg Magistrate’s Court, where Catzavelos on Thursday appeared for sentencing proceedings in his crimen injuria case to get underway. Thithi and several others from the community were in the gallery to support Catzavelos. “Adam is a good guy. He came to us and apologised,” she said, “And I forgive him”. A Johannesburg businessman and father, Catzavelos...



 


 

 

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