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AfriForum’s Roets not in contempt for tweeting apartheid flag, court rules

Judge says the earlier court order, declaring the the gratuitous display of the flag is hate speech, set the standard of morality for society

Should we really celebrate the equality court ruling on the apartheid flag?

The recent ruling that displaying the old South African flag is hate speech has been welcomed in many circles. But it could have gone a lot further

Old flag debate is a symptom of a deeper malaise

Preserving a symbol of apartheid on the basis of ‘historical’ grounds is lazy — and violent

AfriForum, Ernst Roets facing contempt of court proceeding over apartheid flag tweet

The Nelson Mandela Foundation says the group and its deputy CEO openly mocked the order of the Equality Court

Equality court: Flying old SA flag is hate speech

In a precedent-setting judgment, the judge found that hate speech extends beyond using offensive words to gestures

Flag case will set precedent

In court, everyone agreed that the apartheid flag is a symbol of racism. But the two sides could not agree on how it plays into the Equality Act

Apartheid flag is an assault on the dignity of black people, high court hears

Afriforum argues that while displaying the flag may be hurtful, it does not amount to hate speech

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