Backlash as Trevor Noah Airs South African Politician's 'WHITE GENOCIDE' Remarks

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2 0 Julius Malema, the head of the Economic Freedom Fighters party, which seeks to re-distribute white-owned land among South Africa's black majority, has earlier been accused of inciting hatred toward white people but was cleared by the country's Human Rights Commission.

Comedian Trevor Noah has been accused of promulgating anti-African propaganda after he mocked a contentious South African opposition figure. Noah, who is himself South African, has aired some inflammatory comments by Julius Malema, the leader of the country's third-biggest political party, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF).

Malema has been sued in the past for inciting hate and violence against the white minority.

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