SAHRC TAKES PAC TO COURT FOR USING ‘ONE SETTLER, ONE BULLET’ PHRASE DURING MARCH
CAPE TOWN – A development that challenged claimed racial isolation at Brackenfell High School as of late is being charged for utilizing the expression “one pilgrim, one projectile”.
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) has made the Positive Move Campaign (PAC) to the Equality Court.
The association utilized the expression on a banner about its unsanctioned exhibition following an Economic Freedom Fighter fight identifying with a private matric party went to simply by some white students, guardians and instructors.
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SAHRC chief Andre Gaum contended there was an argument to make against the PAC: “with respect to the ‘one pioneer, one slug’ claims against the PAC, the commission accepts there is a case to be made out and will take that specific issue to the Equality Court.”
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Gaum has on Tuesday given a report on a test into the secretly coordinated matric work that prompted cases of racial isolation and separation.
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“The gathering that we mentioned with the WCED (Western Cape Education Department), the school, the school overseeing body, delegates from the student agent body, we will choose which further meetings to have.”
The commission will one year from now meet a highest point to address rising racial pressures and polarization.