Ryanair had been making travelers to England pass a test in Afrikaans, the language associated with South Africa’s apartheid regime.
An Irish budget airline is removing a language requirement for South African passport holders traveling to the United Kingdom. Ryanair had been making those passengers pass a written test in Afrikaans, the Dutch-based language that has a racist legacy in the majority-Black country.
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