ARTICLES RELATING TO AFRIFORUM

Brave police lions being lead by corrupt donkeys - Paul O'Sullivan

2016-12-01 20:05

There are still many brave lions in the police service, but they are being led by corrupt donkeys, private investigator Paul O’Sullivan says.

Malema case postponed

2016-11-14 10:54

The Bloemfontein Magistrate's Court has postponed the case against EFF leader Julius Malema to June 5, 2017.

Why white people don’t talk about race

2016-11-13 06:13

There is growing concern that many white people, particularly Afrikaners, prefer not to participate in public discussions about race.

O’Sullivan, Afriforum taking criminal prosecution private – targeting Myeni, Zuptas

2016-11-06 16:42

Paul O’Sullivan, the man responsible for bringing former Interpol chief Jackie Selebi to justice, talks about the new anti-corruption body he has formed with Afriforum.

Let’s hold our leaders to account

2016-09-11 07:18

The nominations of Human Rights commissioners should be given as much attention as those of the Public Protector, writes former SAHRC CEO.

A funny way to show respect, AfriForum

2016-07-29 12:05

AfriForum should respect for the right of Afrikaans newspapers to differ from them – or will they threaten consumer boycotts to show how much they respect the rights of others, writes Johan Pienaar.

UFS may not disadvantage Afrikaans speakers - court

2016-07-21 21:02

The University of the Free State may not take away the right of Afrikaans speakers to be educated in their mother tongue, the Bloemfontein High Court has ruled.

BREAKING: AfriForum wins language case at University of Free State

2016-07-21 10:06

The High Court in Bloemfontein has ruled in favour of AfriForum to stop a proposed change to the University of Free State's current language policy.

AfriForum disagrees with damning court judgment over Facebook posts

2016-07-10 19:31

An AfriForum leader "disagrees significantly” with a judgment that dismissed the organisation's bid to have posts by Johan Pienaar removed, insisting that its members had not sexually harassed a rape survivor at a Stellenbosch University protest.

Dropping of Afrikaans at UFS violates Constitution - AfriForum

2016-06-20 16:10

The removal of Afrikaans as a medium of instruction at the University of Free State is a violation of the Constitution, AfriForum has argued in the Bloemfontein High Court.

 

UFS may implement new language policy, Supreme Court rules

2016-11-17 20:06

The Supreme Court of Appeal has ruled in favour of the University of the Free State to implement its new language policy.

Our revolution, not Malema, before the courts – Gardee

2016-11-14 09:23

EFF president Julius Malema is appearing before the courts for merely talking about resolutions adopted by the political party at its national people's assembly, says EFF secretary general Godrich Gardee.

Solidarity, AfriForum demand answers on quotas

2016-11-10 15:40

Trade union Solidarity and the civil rights organisation AfriForum have taken steps to force the ministry to reveal info regarding planned transformation targets.

UFS wins leave to appeal language matter

2016-09-12 18:02

The High Court in Bloemfontein has granted the University of the Free State leave to appeal its ruling in favour of civil rights group AfriForum's bid to stop a proposed change to the university's language policy.

8 AfriForum students suspended from Stellenbosch SRC elections

2016-08-02 11:54

Eight AfriForum Youth students have been suspended from participating in upcoming SRC elections at Stellenbosch University due to alleged irregularities.

AfriForum 'hijacking the Afrikaner mainstream'

2016-07-26 07:26

Talking about state capture, we’re presently experiencing another, subtler but equally dangerous hijacking: that of the Afrikaner mainstream by Solidariteit and AfriForum, writes Max du Preez.

New Tshwane street names can go up - ConCourt

2016-07-21 17:04

The Constitutional Court has set aside a High Court interdict preventing the City of Tshwane from renaming certain streets.

Stellies AfriForum council member to stay put despite 'rape culture' judgment

2016-07-17 20:27

AfriForum Stellenbosch University's council member will not heed a call to step down after a stinging judgment over the conduct of some of the organisation's members.

AfriForum lose bid to have 'defamatory' rape posts taken off Facebook

2016-07-10 16:10

AfriForum have lost a court bid to have posts suggesting it supported rape taken off Facebook after a heated campus confrontation around a statue at Stellenbosch University earlier this year.

Leave Afrikaans schools alone, AfriForum tells Lesufi

2016-06-02 15:00

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi should focus on the problems plaguing public schools rather than targeting Afrikaans-medium schools, Afriforum says.

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