When I'm here it's brighter, whiter and much more righter - Coconut Kelz

On the #WeekendBreakfast with Phemelo Motene, satirical character Coconut Kelz, gives us a 'history' lesson on Makhanda (formerly known as Grahamstown).

It's unacceptable to change William Nicol to Winnie Madikizela-Mandela Drive says Coconut Kelz.

She (Winnie Madikizela-Mandela ) has a surname that's difficult to pronounce she adds.

My favourite boutique hotel is Marion On Nicol, what is it going to be?

Coconut Kelz, satirical character

Coconut Kelz says that the name change is rude and costly.

I want to go to a place named after a white person she adds.

My friend Mark has a great, great, great, great, great, grandfather actually found the town and his name was Graham.

Coconut Kelz, satirical character

Coconut Kelz says that the Khoisan gave Graham the land, before black people migrated from West Africa to South Africa.

Black people want land but I don't understand because they came after she adds.

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