The South African Human Rights Commission in the Western Cape says the proposed City…

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The South African Human Rights Commission in the Western Cape says the proposed City…

The South African Human Rights Commission in the Western Cape says the proposed City of Cape Town by-law intended to ban swearing on beaches is unconstitutional. Human Rights Commissioner Andre Guam says expressions that shocks or disturbs are protected by the freedom of expression. He says the current description of the proposed by-law is also vague. Guam says they will advise the City that the draft is constitutionally problematic from the human rights point of view. The proposed by-law also states that no person may behave in an improper, indecent, unruly, violent or anti-social manner or cause disturbance.


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5 comments on “The South African Human Rights Commission in the Western Cape says the proposed City…

  1. Send this message to the EFF (Julius Malema and BLF (Andile Mngxitama”: “No person may behave in an improper, indecent, unruly, violent or anti-social manner or cause disturbance”.

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