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Lekota joins forces with AfriForum to ‘protect property rights’

​Cope leader Mosiuoa Lekota will join AfriForum in asking other countries to put pressure on South Africa not to amend the Constitution

The 1 000th cut was the deepest

The reaction to Ashwin Willemse’s walk-out on TV exposes the racial fault lines of outrage

Gaza suffers in long shadow of 1492

The normalisation of racism has very real consequences – look at what is happening in Gaza

NPA to make its own decision on Malema prosecution in August

CEO of AfriForum, Kallie Kriel, said Malema should have his day in court

AfriForum to prosecute Julius Malema if the NPA does not do so

The Afrikaner interest group has announced it will privately prosecute the EFF leader for his alleged involvement in a suspected botched tender award

AfriForum to prosecute Nomgcobo Jiba for fraud and perjury

The prosecution is on behalf of former KZN Hawks head who alleges he was unlawfully targeted after he began an investigation into a Zuma associate.

We’ll fight them at the benches, says AfriForum

AfriForum has vowed to fight any court attempts to overturn the ban on "Shoot the Boer", after the ANCYL accused the group of having "too much power".

AfriForum receives Malema’s court documents

AfriForum received plea documents from Julius Malema on Monday afternoon defending his right to sing the "shoot the boer" song.

Malema no-show at Equality Court

Julius Malema didn't appear at the Equality Court in a hate-speech case lodged by AfriForum. AfriForum CEO Kallie Kriel spoke to us following the ruling.

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