Airline's test in language of South Africa's Apartheid rulers sparks rage

Johannesburg, South Africa — South Africans have flocked to social media to express their displeasure that

Ryanair requires some passengers to take an Afrikaans exam in order to travel.

Last week, the airline began requiring travellers traveling into the United Kingdom on 

South African passports to complete a test in the language spoken by fewer than 20% of South Africa's population.

Zulu is the most frequently spoken language in South Africa, accounting for more 

than 20% of the population, followed by Xhosa and Afrikaans, each accounting for 13%.

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