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Duduzane Zuma set to be first hauled before Gerrie Nel's private prosecuting unit
Duduzane Zuma set to be first hauled before Gerrie Nel's private prosecuting unit
President Jacob Zuma's son Duduzane Zuma will be the first person to be hauled before AfriForum's private prosecuting unit, the union announced on...
Afriforum 'won't be deterred' by Grace
Afriforum 'won't be deterred' by Grace
AfriForum has reportedly said that it won’t be deterred in its case against Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe after she maintained in court...
AfriForum says fake HuffPost blog could see white men pulled out of voting queues
AfriForum says fake HuffPost blog could see white men pulled out of voting queues
A fake blog post proposing that white men be stripped of their voting and property rights “might be landing a blow among many other blows”,...
Private investigator Paul O'Sullivan arrested
Private investigator Paul O'Sullivan arrested
Private investigator Paul O'Sullivan was on Monday night arrested, News24 reported. The arrest reportedly took place at the AfriForum's offices in...
Bulldog sinks teeth into new job
Bulldog sinks teeth into new job
It was a Tuesday in August 2015. August 18 to be exact. AfriForum chief executive Kallie Kriel was driving in his car listening to the radio when a...
Editorial: White nostalgia, not civil rights
Editorial: White nostalgia, not civil rights
It is not some kind of counterweight to the ANC, Black First Land First, the Economic Freedom Fighters, or any other movement campaigning for redress...
Gerrie Nel on leaving NPA: I'm creating something new
Gerrie Nel on leaving NPA: I'm creating something new
The decision to leave the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) after serving as a state advocate for 36 years was not an easy one to make and is...
WATCH LIVE: State prosecutor Gerrie Nel quits NPA
WATCH LIVE: State prosecutor Gerrie Nel quits NPA
Nicknamed the “bulldog” prosecutor, state prosecutor Gerrie Nel is a former provincial wrestler who teaches the sport to schoolchildren....
AfriForum takes Unisa to court over language policy
AfriForum takes Unisa to court over language policy
AfriForum is approaching the High Court in Pretoria over the disputed language policy at the University of South Africa.

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