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Investigate FW de Klerk apartheid remarks, ATM tells Human Rights Commission

19.2.2020

Investigate FW de Klerk apartheid remarks, ATM tells Human Rights Commission

The ATM has called on the South African Human Rights Commission to investigate former president FW de Klerk for his now infamous ...

The ATM approached the SAHRC on Monday after the FW de Klerk Foundation apologised for saying apartheid was not a crime against humanity. In a statement, ATM said De Klerk should be investigated for hate speech “and apply the appropriate sanction”. In a letter addressed to SAHRC chief executive officer Adv Tseliso Thipanyane, ATM president Vuyo Zungula said de Klerk and his foundation had embarrassed the country’s constitution.



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FW de Klerk apologises for apartheid statementFW de Klerk has apologised for a statement on Friday in which his foundation justified its stance that apartheid was not a crime against humanity I should think so. Apartheid was a crime against humanity.

FW de Klerk apologises for apartheid statementFW de Klerk has apologised for a statement on Friday in which his foundation justified its stance that apartheid was not a crime against humanity Did he say it or was written on His behalf ? We want the same mouth whospoke those words to speak again to reverse the words stop joking here he must say it fully Compelling people to apologize its a Richman's theory. We black people don't request apologies we demand money bcoz we poor. Which soul rests with an apology. Is it a poor man's soul or a Richman's soul. Something is not right in the De Klerk explosion in Twitter

Can parliament stop inviting FW de Klerk to events? Apparently not without 'careful considerations'“It is expected that our MPs reflect on this and begin to say what do you do with individuals who knowingly go out and spit in the face of our people and want to deny that apartheid was a crime against humanity when an international body like the UN had... Can we carefully consider the state of the SA citizens? That's what you stupid MPs are paid to do... Unemployment and violence is all we see Lets face it. Our country has a few minor issues to resolve. And then this massive De Klerk issue. For us to go from 99% to 100% paradise we need to focus on this, even if it takes all of the national debate for the next 6 months Let's stay focused De Klerk must learn to decline an invite. It's like going to a wedding although invited out of courtesy and you know you not welcome but you still go,...

Focus on FW de Klerk distracted attention from the troubling state of the nation - The Mail & GuardianSome political analysts say President Cyril Ramaphosa is taking too long to mend the country, others says it is the ANC itself that must be fixed If by fixed you mean voted out then yes.

'They think apartheid was good for blacks': Ndlozi on De Klerk & 'unapologetic' white peopleThe former EFF spokesperson wants FW de Klerk to pay for what he calls crimes against black South Africans during apartheid That happened two weeks ago and niobody said anything until now.WHY. IH YES BC THE EFF SAID SOMETHING ABOUT HIM . AND THE EFF IS A CREATION OF THE MEDIA AND THE MEDIA IN THIS CPUNTRY WILL PRINT ANYTHING TO CREATE RACE HATRED IN THIS COUNTRY So Mr Ndlozi, how would you like it if some whitie wanted to tell us what black ppl think? Sit down boy. If we want to know what white ppl think, we'll ask the white people. You have made it quite clear what you think though.

Political parties react to De Klerk apologyPolitical parties have reacted to a statement released by the FW de Klerk Foundation withdrawing their previous utterances on apartheid. Hey eNCA malema was asked to leave he did not just decide to leave so stop lying on 403.



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