ARTICLES RELATING TO AFRIFORUM

AfriForum pushes NPA to decide on Malema prosecutions

2019-07-10 17:28

Lobby group AfriForum has vowed to go to court to force the National Prosecuting Authority to decide on the prosecution of EFF leader Julius Malema in three different criminal cases, including the On-Point Engineering tender scandal.

Auto & General says its right-wing partner’s attack on MiWay’s CEO ‘has nothing to do with us’

2018-08-23 09:19

Solidarity and AfriForum are trying to secure 20,000 new policies for the insurer VirSeker.

'Boer bullies' will cost white people dearly

2017-09-26 08:54

Those who have appointed themselves as the political leaders of the Afrikaner minority should consider the long term effects of shamelessly trying to protect their privilege, writes Max du Preez.

Justice delayed is justice denied

2017-08-20 06:17

The year is 2021 (it could be earlier). It has been four years since Gabriella Engels was allegedly assaulted by Grace Mugabe at a Sandton hotel, writes Dumisane Lubisi.

What the law says about AfriForum’s private prosecutions unit

2017-02-02 10:40

The future of AfriForum's private prosecutions unit depends on one single question: does it have the right to institute a private prosecution, writes Jamil Mujuzi.

 

Zindzi Mandela faces hate speech complaint over land tweet

2019-07-09 18:58

Lobby group AfriForum has submitted a hate speech complaint against Zindzi Mandela to the South African Human Rights Commission for comments she made on social media last month.

AfriForum abused by 'racist' commentators like Max

2017-09-28 09:23

Max du Preez will not succeed in proving that he isn't racist by attaching a false label to AfriForum. A better strategy would have been to be less pedantic and superior in his articles, writes Kallie Kriel.

Don't demonise white people's feelings about Tumi

2017-09-22 15:30

There is no orchestrated campaign. It is not bully tactics. It is simply the sentiments of many South Africans out there, writes Willie Spies.

Max, AfriForum’s safety plan is pro-active

2017-05-19 10:00

Communities from over the country who are not prepared for events such as we have seen in Coligny will have to urgently ensure that they are prepared, writes Kallie Kriel.

AfriForum: Post Office owes consumers R180m

2015-02-15 10:32

The civil rights organisation is demanding that the South African Post Office pay back mailbox users for a lack of service during a three month strike last year.

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