Apartheid-Era Flag Deemed Hate Speech by South African Court

The Equality Court has ruled that the gratuitous display of the flag used during the apartheid era constitutes hate speech and incites hatred against black people in terms of the Equality Act.

The six South African flags that have flown on the Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town through the course of history, the oldest at the right and the current flag at the left.


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