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Thursday, 9 March 2017

Qwelane's 'hate speech' column may have fuelled violence against LGBTI people‚ court hears

Qwelane's 'hate speech' column may have fuelled violence against LGBTI people‚ court hears
- This was the testimony of the executive director of organisation People Opposing Women Abuse (Powa) Nonhlanhla Mokwena in the High Court in Johannesburg‚ in Qwelane’s hate speech hearing.
The South African Human Rights Commission approached the court after Qwelane failed to apologise for his 2008 Sunday Sun column titled‚ “Call me names‚ but Gay is NOT okay”.