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Around 2008, the South African Movement for Equality (SAME) started addressing the violation of media rights and privileges for the Coloured population group in South Africa. This led to a protracted engagement with the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), including an open letter which, on 06 June 2011 (view here) , was sent to



28 June 2016

 

Open Letter to the SABC, Minister of Communications, CRL Commission, Human Rights Commission, Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution, President of the Republic of South Africa, South African Parliament and every equality-loving South African 

After 22 years of democracy in South Africa, it’s easy to become complacent and think that this country’s public institutions have been thoroughly purged of all the oppressive, vile laws that the apartheid state had implemented. The sad reality is that there exists, embedded deep within the heart of this country’s state media broadcaster, a particularly malignant, exclusionary, oppressive and insidious manifestation of outright racial discrimination. This discrimination is so outrageously brazen and indifferent to the effects it has on the people upon whom it inflicts its inter­generational damage that it would be well at home in the legal tomes of apartheid apparatchiks.

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