Sodwana Bay guest house owner says he's not going anywhere

The owner of a Sodwana Bay guesthouse explains why he believes black people were created to be servants.

Sodwana Bay Guest House owner, Andre Slade, with his partner Katherine. Picture: Clement Manyathela/EWN.

SODWANA BAY - While the KwaZulu-Natal Tourism MEC Sihle Zikalala and local chiefs say they will evict controversial Sodwana Bay guest house owner Andre Slade, he says he's not going anywhere.

Earlier today, Zikalala said Slade was operating illegally and opened a case of illegal operation, tax evasion and hate speech.

But an unfazed Slade has reiterated that he will never accept black people at his lodge.



The owner of the guesthouse took some time to explain why he believes black people were created to be servants.

WATCH: Andre Slade defends his racist views

He says all white people have a mark similar to a crown on their foreheads, which he says proves that they are superior to blacks.

"We also have differences, I have a crown - the hair does a twirl like that - you guys don't have it."



When Eyewitness News asked for further clarity, Slade said, "I live on this planet, and I am your king."





He says if the police decide to charge him he will only go to court if his Bible allows, and that no black government will tell him what to do.