Ryanair forces South Africans to prove nationality with Afrikaans test

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Ryanair is requiring South African passengers to prove their nationality before travelling by completing a test in Afrikaans, a language used by just by 12% of the population that has long been identified with apartheid and the white minority.
6 months ago·London, United Kingdom

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Rest of World News: DUBLIN/JOHANNESBURG - Ryanair is requiring South African passengers to prove their nationality before travelling by completing a test in Afrikaans, a .

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Ryanair Afrikaans test: South African fury over language quiz

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Ryanair forces South Africans to prove nationality with Afrikaans test

Ryanair is requiring South African passengers to prove their nationality before travelling by completing a test in Afrikaans, a language used by just 12% of the population that has long been identified with apartheid and the white minority.

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Ryanair forces South African passengers to complete quiz in Afrikaans

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Ryanair Imposes Language Test On South Africans To Prove Nationality

Irish airline Ryanair had started forcing UK-bound travelers with a South African passport to take a test in Afrikaans. The South African government said it is taken aback by the airline's decision and termed it "backward profiling system."

6 months ago·New Delhi, India
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