Wits probes former SRC head's anti-Semitic comments

Former Wits SRC President Mcebo Dlamini promoted an anti-Semitic website on his Facebook page.

FILE: Mcebo Dlamini made headlines last month when he stated that he admired Adolph Hitler. Picture: Lauren Isaacs.

JOHANNESBURG - Wits University has confirmed it is investigating further complaints against controversial former Wits SRC President Mcebo Dlamini for promoting an anti-Semitic website on his Facebook page.

Dlamini made headlines last month when he stated that he admired Adolph Hitler.

This latest incident involves a website which defends the Hitler, and attacks Jews.

When Dlamini was removed as SRC president earlier this month for a previous misconduct case, he blamed university management for buckling to Zionist pressure.

Dlamini has shared a shared a link on his Facebook page to a website called _Adolph Hitler; the most lied-about man in history. _

The website refers to Jews as spreading immorality and deliberately destroying economies to create a "Jewish World Order".

The Jewish Board of Deputies' Mary Kluk says Dlamini's conduct is distressing.

"We are monitoring very carefully. They have not abated and in fact become more vicious. We've opened a complaint with the Human Rights Commission and begun our legal process through them."

Wits Vice Chancellor Adam Habib says the university's legal department is investigating the matter.

Despite numerous attempts, Dlamini could not be reached for comment.