Johannesburg - The SA National Editor's Forum has given Black First, Land First until to issue a statement to its members saying it does not condone violence, harassment or intimidation against journalists.
Should it fail to do so, Sanef would lodge an urgent contempt of court application."We anticipate that your client will comply with this order by midnight tonight," Sanef lawyers said on behalf of the organisation.
(a) It is an unlawful discriminatory activity to: (1) Coerce a person, either orally, in writing, or by other means to deny or limit the benefits provided that person, in connection with the sale or rental of a housing accommodation or commercial property or in connection with a real estate-related transaction because of protected class.
(2) Threaten, intimidate or interfere with persons in their enjoyment of a housing accommodation or commercial property because of the protected class of any person including, but not limited to, visitors or associates of the persons.
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