Zuma junior found guilty of hate speech

Die Vryburger

The son of former president Jacob Zuma, Edward Zuma, was found guilty of hate speech.

This follows after the Human Rights Commission summoned him to court after he made racist comments against Derek Hanekom and Pravin Gordhan. He said, among other things, that they represent white monopoly capital.

Zuma junior must now apologize for his hate speech within the next week and also pay a fine of R60 000.

Although the verdict and punishment are welcomed, it is strange that he was not imprisoned like Vicky Momberg.

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