South Africa's President Jacob Zuma answers questions in parliament in Cape Town August 6, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
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South African President Jacob Zuma Saturday denounced what he called the "demon of racism" following a slew of discriminatory insults on social media.Speaking to a stadium of supporters at the annual birthday celebration of the ruling African National Congress, Zuma said "a tiny minority" of South Africans still longed for the days of apartheid white minority rule.On Tuesday, the ANC, in power since the country's first democratic elections in 1994, launched legal action over a white realtor's Facebook post that compared black beach-goers to monkeys.
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