BLF's fate is now in the hands of a white judge - Mngxitama

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Sanef has successfully made a case at the Johannesburg High Court for urgency in the BLF matter, with judgement being handed down on Friday. Black First Land First (BLF) leader Andile Mngxitama responds outside court. Watch. 

Sanef and a group of respective journalists and editors have asked the court to interdict BLF from intimidating and assaulting journalists over their reporting on corruption and state capture.

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