The Equality Court in Pretoria has reserved judgement in the case between the South…

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The Equality Court in Pretoria has reserved judgement in the case between the South…

The Equality Court in Pretoria has reserved judgement in the case between the South African National Editors Forum (SANEF) and the EFF relating to the party’s recent attacks on journalists. SANEF and five journalists Ranjeni Munsamy, Adriaan Basson, Pauli van Wyk, Max du Preez and Barry Bateman approached the court to seek an apology from the party and to stop it from intimidating and harassing journalists. The case relates to a speech by EFF leader Julius Malema’s to his supporters outside the Zondo commission in November last year, and a series of social media posts by EFF members. Advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi who is representing the EFF told the court that Malema and his party are against any form of violence.


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3 comments on “The Equality Court in Pretoria has reserved judgement in the case between the South…

  1. EFF AGAINST VIOLENCE. 😂😂😂
    THE EFF CONSISTS A BUNCH OF DISRESPECTFUL A PARTY
    ALWAYS VIOLENCE WHERE THESE INCOMPETENT PARTY ARE EVEN THEY USE VIOLENCE IN PARLIAMENT AND FIGHTING AND SWEARING LIKE GANGSTERS.

  2. I wonder why it’s only Van what what n his/ her cousins who approached the court..” no black journalist or coloured for tht matter”😑

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