Four white former students in South Africa today pleaded guilty to humiliating five black workers in an infamous internet video. The case of the "Reitz Four" — named after their university hall of residence — has been one of the most inflammatory in South Africa's tortuous journey towards racial reconciliation. The video, shot in , showed five black employees of Free State University in Bloemfontein being forced to re-enact initiation rights for students. The four middle-aged women and one man were made to drink full bottles of beer and perform athletic tasks.
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Eckhard Binding picking up litter during a protest on the UFS campus. Video footage of a scene that played out during a student protest last week at the University of the Free State led by, among others, the EFF, has led many to criticise the party and its members. In the clip, an apparently singleminded young man, identified as student Eckhard Binding, can be seen picking up litter and putting it in a trash bin, only for two waiting female EFF members to throw it back on the ground, rather mockingly. Instead of him just giving up, he seems determined to make his point, so the scene repeats itself numerous times, with Binding simply continuing to pick up litter and attempt unsuccessfully to put it back in the bin. Less acerbic criticism of the party and its protest nevertheless wanted to know if it was now EFF policy to trash property during protests, a question that was posed to party spokesman Mbuyiseni Ndlozi.