CheckPoint: Why is bullying part of SA culture?

Is bullying part of the SA psyche? A victim of school bullying speaks out. Video: eNCA

JOHANNESBURG - Bullying can take many forms – xenophobia, abuse and unprovoked aggression. And it seems to be an ingrained part of the South African psyche.

The affects of bullying can last a lifetime and many victims say they struggle with the physical and emotional scars.

CheckPoint speaks to a victim of school bullying and investigates the origin of the culture of aggression in South African playgrounds, and in the public avenue.

*Watch the video in the gallery above for more on this story.


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