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The Democratic Alliance Youth League will be laying a complaint at the South African Human Rights Commission against Black First Land First over 'racist' remarks about the deaths of the Hoërskool Driehoek students last week.
The Democratic Alliance doesn't want the Black First Land First political party to take part in the 2019 elections and launched a petition to prevent them. The DA says BLF are racist and would hinder South Africa's progress.
Black First Land First (BLF) has gotten involved in the '#PleaseCallMeMovement', demanding that Vodacom fork out a hefty payment to the inventor. This comes after hundreds of people protested outside the Vodacom over the issue
Dali Mpofu comments on Agrizzi's confession, saying that at least the man has taken the first step to recovering and admitted he is a racist. The BLF party did not take kindly to what they dubbed 'self-hate' from the EFF chair.
Black First Land First has joined the election fray, putting out its first campaign materials today. This is the first time the controversial party will contest the elections and it has made some sweeping promises. If elected, it
The Black First Land First political party's Deputy President, Zanele Lwana, was attacked in the early hours of Saturday, 19 January. The party is convinced it was a politically motivated attack and not just a robbery.
Black First Land First (BLF) now says that it will expropriate game reserves, caves and even South Africa's oceans. "Forget about Ramaphosa's empty promises to 80'000 helpless blacks in DBN," BLF's secretary general and 'Marxist-L
The BLF party will be appearing before the state capture inquiry to submit evidence detailing corrupt activities undertaken by Pravin Gordhan and Nhlanhla Nene. BLF claims that under their rule R4.3 billion was stolen
Zanele Lwana, deputy president of BLF, has been invited to testify at the state capture inquiry. Lwana will be appearing before the commission, chaired by Raymond Zondo, to testify against ex-minister Nene and Minister Gordhan
It seems as if Andile Mngxitama’s return to social media platform Twitter has been short-lived, the account @MngxitamaAndile did not make it through its first day before being suspended. The reason for the suspension is unknown
Andile Mngxitama, president of the BLF, has had his Twitter account returned to normal following a week-long suspension for hateful conduct. The BLF leader was suspended after a video of his homecoming speech went viral.
Black First Land First has issued a statement calling for the unity of 'black parties' in the country in order to further their revolution. It seems as if the party is hoping for a truce with the EFF, but only under certian terms.
The ANC have released their statement in response to Mngxitama's calls for racially motivated violence, condemning the attempt to set the country back to apartheid era thinking. The party has called for harsh consequences.
The South African Human Rights Commission will be taking action against the BLF's leader, Andile Mngxitama. Mngxitama is set to appear in the Equality Court after his racially charged outburst earlier on 8 December.
Steve Hofmeyr and Mosiuoa Lekota became an unlikely team when they joined forces today to press charges against BLF leader Andile Mngxitama for hate speech. Hofmeyr was acting on behalf of ToekomsVonk, a civil rights organisation.
News24 editor Adriaan Basson has recieved death threats from an EFF supporter in an apparent support of Andile Mngxitama's recent calls for racially motivated violence. TshekoTsk took to Twitter to threaten Basson.
Civil rights organisation ToekomsVonk has called for justice against Andile Mngxitama, leader of BLF, for hate speech and inciting violence as well as genocide against white people. The group will be pressing its own charges today
Andile Mngxitama has held a press conference in response to the backlash from comments he made will at his homecoming rally. The Black First Land First leader used the opportunity to incite more drama instead of calming it.
The Twitter account of Black First Land First leader Andile Mngxitama has been suspended for hateful conduct following his infamous speech. His account had been flagged by concerned users who were offended by the hateful narrative
Black First Land First is facing court battles that they can't afford to pay. The political party claims the cases against them are opportunistic and want to destroy them through legal costs as they face a charge of hate speech.
The Democratic Alliance has revealed that they will be pressing hate speech charges against Andile Mngxitama after the BLF leader's racially motivated incitement of violence during his recent homecoming speech.
BLF leader, Andile Mngxitama, angered South Africans when he called for the murder of white people and their pets. South Africans are hoping Mngxitama will be held responsible for hate speech after what he said.
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