Several political parties, including the ANC, EFF, SACP and the PBI have gathered outside the Mossel Bay Magistrate's court in the Southern Cape where a case has been heard over the alleged use of the K-word.
Four workers from Mpumalanga brought the case against Herbertsdale farmer, Hendrick Claasen.
He allegedly verbally
abused them while they were erecting a fence on a neighbouring farm.
The alleged incident happened last year.
The case was postponed until December.
The r egional heads of the political parties condemned the derogatory language, saying they will not tolerate racisim: "The SACP stands very much firm against racism of any kind or any sort.
We are here today in support of the victims.
The EFF feels very strong when it comes to racism in SA and we are calling on the court to do their job and deal with the perpetrator.
The PBI condemns the alleged act of racism by a white farmer towards four blacks who were just doing their work.