AfriForum filed a complaint in 2016 regarding sewage pollution and their woes have come to an end after a court ruled in their favour.
The South African government is actually planning to donate over R350 million to Cuba according to AfriForum.
ActionSA has joined two entitites in taking legal action against Minister Joe Phaahla for the COVID-19 regulations that were extended.
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AfriForum has outlined the reasons why they want to protect the right to legally display an apartheid flag – but critics aren’t happy…
A new streaming site has entered the market: AfriForumTV hopes to compete with the big boys, but what can we actually watch on this platform?
AfriForumTV’s new YouTube channel was left with no available content on Tuesday, after DStv raised a complaint with video streaming site.
‘We do this directly to oppose the attempt by racists to set aside the decision to donate money to Cuba, in order to stifle aid to our compatriots,’ said the EFF.
Radio host Sizwe Dhlomo weighs in on Afriforum’s interdict victory that prevents government from donating R50m to Cuba.
The ANC have been beaten in court, thanks to an application lodged by AfriForum: The R50 million donation to Cuba is staying in SA – for now.
AfriForum’s civil case against the EFF is playing out in court and Mbuyiseni Ndlozi may be facing intimidation charges over Twitter posts.
The Pretoria High Court said matric results could be published on all media platforms after an urgent interdict by Afriforum
Matric results might end up being in newspapers after all! The Department of Education has responded to AfriForum’s court challenge.
Afriforum had argued to the High Court in Pretoria that the curfew was irrational and unlawful and must thus be set aside
Ex-Correctional Services Commissioner Arthur Fraser has been fiercely criticised for his decision to grant Jacob Zuma medical parole
AfriForum launched a petition against Netflix for ‘blatant discrimination’ following the streaming platform’s announcement of its Black Creatives Empowerment Fund.
But it seems that Lesufi is not entirely on board with the decision – he took to Twitter shortly after the joint statement was issued.
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has called on Unisa to retrace its steps and do away with the so-called language of the oppressor.
Ending a five year legal battle, the highest court in the land has ruled that Afrikaans must remain as a language of instruction at Unisa.
The Constitutional Court judgment in the controversial Unisa English language policy matter is expected to be handed down on Wednesday.
If more powers are given to provinces so they can hold independent referendums, it may accelerate the cause for ‘Cape independence’.
Afriforum wants a copy of the medical report which seemingly justified the move to grant former president Jacob Zuma medical parole
Video footage emerged showing a police officer went to buy a cooldrink when prisoners he was transporting overpowered him and escaped. One of them is still at large.
Afriforum wants to be admitted as a friend of the court in former president Jacob Zuma’s rescission application