Waving the old SA flag now labelled as hate speech by court

Judge Phineas Mojapelo, in the Equality Court, ruled that the gratuitous (?) display of the flag showed a clear intention to be hurtful, harmful and incited harm and promoted and incited hatred against black people in terms of the Equality Act. “It is determined that the display of the old national flag of South Africa… constitutes hate speech in terms of 10.1 of the Equality Act… (and also) unfair discrimination on the basis of race… and harassment,” said Judge Mojapelo. The case arose after the countrywide Black Monday protests organised…

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