ITV News | 2 months ago
The Right2Know campaign has added its voice to calls for the FW De Klerk Foundation to unconditionally retract its recent statement that apartheid was not a crime against humanity.
The foundation this week said the notion that apartheid was a crime against humanity had merely been "soviet agitprop" – propaganda meant to agitate. This was in response to what it called the EFF's "vitriolic attacks" on De Klerk.
Before President Cyril Ramaphosa could commence his State of the Nation Address on Thursday evening, EFF leader Julius Malema rose on a point of order, asking that De Klerk be removed from the National Assembly chamber's public gallery.