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Research outputs: HATE CRIME
There is a growing level of academic interest in how the media covers immigration and xenophobia in South Africa. Various scholars (e.g. Nya...
Hundreds of violent incidents of anti-immigrant hate crimes have been recorded in South Africa over the past two decades. Understanding how ...
The purpose of this policy brief is to evaluate whether existing laws governing discrimination, hate speech, crimen injuria and defamation a...