Rejection of PAC slogan justified

The Human Rights Commission has given the PAC 10 days to apologise for and retract the use of the slogan “one settler, one bullet” during the party’s mobilisation for an antiracism protest at Brackenfell school in Cape Town last year. 

The party used the slogan on a poster to promote the protest and its members were recorded shouting it during the gathering...

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