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JOHANNESBURG - The African National Congress (ANC) and AfriForum on Wednesday announced that a settlement was reached in former Youth League president Julius Malema’s hate speech case.
During a meeting on Tuesday, the ANC acknowledged that some words in certain struggle songs were hurtful to minority groups.
The matter relates to the singing of the ‘Dubula iBhunu’ (Shoot the Boer) song, which AfriForum says incites violence against white people.
The lobby group then opened a case to ban the song from being used in public spaces.
The ANC agreed to encourage its supporters to refrain from singing these songs.
Both parties said they will each pay their own legal costs.
But ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe said the agreement had Malema's blessing.