‘I did not sing ‘Kill the Boer’, you have the wrong man’, Julius Malema tells Equality Court

“I did not sing ‘Kill the Boer’, you have the wrong man.”
So said EFF leader Julius Malema in the Equality Court in Johannesburg on Wednesday during the hate speech case brought by AfriForum.
AfriForum took Malema and the EFF to court for singing Dubul’ ibhunu, translated as “Shoot the Boer” or “Kill the Boer”. The lobby group wants Malema, the party and MP Mbuyiseni Ndlozi to apologise and pay damages.
16 Feb 2022 4AM English South Africa News · Daily News

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