Response to outcome of Malema trial

Posted on September 13, 2011. Filed under: Courts |

Jan Hofmeyr, head of the IJR’s Policy and Analysis programme, has written a response to the outcome of Julius Malema’s hate speech trial, as announced yesterday. His article appears on the SABC website today – have a look here.

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One Response to “Response to outcome of Malema trial”

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Judge Collin Lamont was correct with the reasoning behind his judgement. Firstly that the song was not a song but a chant because of the manner in which it was being used. And secondly, how most genocides have started with a “person exhorting people to do something” the leads to snow ball effect.

On Malema, after loosing his applications in front of the ANC disciplinary committee then followed by the loss of his hate-speech trial, I can only guess what is in store for the future of him, ANC and S.A.


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