There are growing calls for a legislation to criminalise racism following the recent racist comments made on social media platforms.(REUTERS) Zalene Merrington A LAW that criminalises racism may be what the country needs to clamp down the scourge of racism, but South Africans need to continue the dialogue. This is according to the director at the Cape Town based Goedgedacht Forum, Felicity Harrison. The forum is one of the post-apartheid initiatives aimed at fostering reconciliation among South Africans. Harrison was reacting to growing calls for a legislation to criminalise racism following the recent racist comments made on social media platforms. According to the Promotion of Equality and Prevention of Unfair Discrimination of 2000, if the Equality…