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JOHANNESBURG - Twitter users are calling on companies to stop doing business with Catzavelos who boasted in a video that he was on a beach without a single black person in sight.
Catzavelos was one of the entrepreneurs profiled on Talk Radio 702's Nedbank Business Accelerator programme in 2014.
It appears Catzavelos works for a business started by his father, St Georges Fine Foods.
Both 702 and Nedbank have strongly condemned his action and all forms of racism.
Racism Alert] we are looking for this white boy. Anyone who knows him, his name and where he is based, please DM me... pic.twitter.com/qqe6AngDyY— Mbuyiseni Ndlozi (@MbuyiseniNdlozi) August 21, 2018
Catzavelos’ utterances caused an uproar on social media with EFF spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi asking for help from other Twitter users to locate him.
Here we go... can we get his address now pic.twitter.com/KXluGWcBgV— Mbuyiseni Ndlozi (@MbuyiseniNdlozi) August 21, 2018
The man was believed to be working for Nedbank but the banking company distance itself from the businessman.
Nedbank and 702 strongly condemn all forms of racism. Adam Catzavelos is not a Nedbank employee. He took part in a Business Accelerator Programme in 2014. He, along with 360 other entrepreneurs, was profiled on the programme hosted on 702 and sponsored by Nedbank over 6-years.— Nedbank (@Nedbank) August 21, 2018