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WATCH LIVE | AfriForum appeals judgment to ban apartheid flag

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Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) set to hear lobby group AfriForum's bid to appeal the Equality Court's ruling. In 2019, the Nelson Mandela Foundation, along with the South African Human Rights Commission, asked that the gratuitous display of the flag be stopped. Judge Phineas Mojapelo said his judgment did not entirely ban the use of the apartheid flag.
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WATCH LIVE | AfriForum appeals judgment to ban apartheid flag

AfriForum has applied to overturn the equality court ruling that declared the display of the flag a form of hate speech. The appeal is being heard by the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein.

3 months ago·Johannesburg, South Africa
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Supreme Court of Appeal to hear AfriForum bid to overturn apartheid flag ruling

In 2019, Deputy Judge President Phineas Mojapelo declared the 'gratuitous display' of the flag to be hate speech, unfair discrimination and harassment.

3 months ago·South Africa
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The Citizen

SCA set to hear AfriForum’s appeal against judgment banning old apartheid flag

AfriForum argues that displaying a symbol, even if it was offensive, is not sufficient to be deemed hate speech.

3 months ago·South Africa
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AfriForum appeals judgment to ban apartheid flag

AfriForum has applied to overturn the equality court ruling that declared the display of the flag a form of hate speech. The appeal is being heard by the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein.

3 months ago
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WATCH LIVE | AfriForum appeals judgment to ban apartheid flag

AfriForum has applied to overturn the equality court ruling that declared the display of the flag a form of hate speech. The appeal is being heard by the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein.

3 months ago
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enca.com

WATCH | AfriForum appeals judgment to ban apartheid flag

In 2019, the South Gauteng High Court ruled that the display of the 1928 flag amounts to hate speech.

3 months ago
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