South African Supreme Court of Appeal rules that displaying old flag is hate speech and unfair discrimination
Michelle Wasserman, ActionSA Western Cape Provincial Chairperson, lodge a complaint with the SAHRC against a DA speaker.
TikTok has policies against disinformation, but such content persists, exacerbating the issue of hate speech in the region.
The passage of the Prevention and Combating of Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill in the National Assembly has been lauded as a major milestone
Kenny Kunene said it was rich of Julius Malema to head to court over the cockroach comments yet he sings ‘Kill the Boer, Kill the Farmer’.
Wait, what? The Gauteng High Court in Joburg found Kenny Kunene guilty of hate speech after he called Julius Malema an irritating cockroach.
‘…the SAHRC is pursuing and entering a path of frivolous litigation, which is similar to that of AfriForum,’ said the EFF.
Payton Gendron entered a New York supermarket and shot and killed 10 people, in what is described as a racially motivated shooting
Civil activists worry that Elon Musk will allow banned extremists to return to Twitter after stating that he wants a politically neutral app.
Revenge pornography, hate speech and tight rules for distributing video content online, including on WhatsApp. Take a look…
A Durban activist has taken the EFF leader to court for alleged hate speech after his ‘inflammatory outbursts on racial lines’.
Web giants including Facebook have struck a deal with advertisers on how to identify harmful content such as hate speech, after an impasse over the issue which led to boycotts of the platform.
The SAHRC’s Chris Nissen said the commission has linked the race-baiting Tracy Zille Twitter account to man after launching an investigation.
The SAHRC says it will be investigating the controversial Tracy Zille Twitter account as it does not tolerate hate speech.
The sight of the old SA flag that was hung next to a Springboks jersey has caused a row on social media.
Godrich Gardee may argue that he’s been provoked, but the EFF representative is facing some stern consequences after Tweeting a ‘bomb threat’.
When it comes to filing hate speech charges against Julius Malema, no-one can make them stick. The EFF leader won his court case vs Sanef on Thursday.
Lebogang Maile has been accused of “inciting hatred” following an offensive Twitter post he made in September. Now the DA want him punished for hate speech.
BLF are embroiled in yet another hate speech court bid, and this time, it involves the shocking statements made by the party’s spokesperson following the tragic deaths of Hoërskool Driehoek pupils.
A DA representative is planning to take Julius Malema to the Equality Court, after the EFF leader posted a series of offensive quotes over the weekend.
All factions of society came out to react to the landmark ruling concerning the public display of the Apartheid-era flag.
Gratuitous use of the apartheid flag is now classed as “hate speech”, strictly limiting where in can be seen. However, there are exceptions to the rule.
It’s a historic day for South Africa, following the Equality Court’s ruling on the apartheid flag. But not everyone is going to be happy with this outcome.
Above everything else, the commission wants an apology from Agrizzi.