Thami Kotlolo on the increase in hate crimes in SA – 'We need to start getting people arrested'

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Activist and co-founder of the Feather Awards Thami Kotlolo is concerned about the rise of hate crimes in SA.
Activist and co-founder of the Feather Awards Thami Kotlolo is concerned about the rise of hate crimes in SA.
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It seems every week there's a new story. Members of the LGBTQI community are being judged, attacked and killed all over the country. 

Hate crimes are in the spotlight again after a number of queer people lost their lives. 

Lonwabo Jack, Andile ‘Lulu’Nthuthela and Sphamandla Khoza were all murdered, allegedly because of their sexual orientation.

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