The South African Jewish Report has lost its bid to appeal a sanction to apologise to the South African BDS Coalition. It relates to a Press Ombudsman ruling that the newspaper was false in its claim that the coalition was being anti-Semitic by posting a cartoon aimed at dairy products maker Clover, where 2,000 workers were on strike in pursuit of a 16% wage increase. Clover had been taken over by an Israeli company. Judge Bernard Ngoepe found that the Report’s appeal application had no merits.
The Media Review Network meanwhile says that the local proxies of the Zionist entity must not use the crime of anti-Semitism to muzzle free speech in South Africa. We’re joined by Executive Member of the Media Review Network, Dr Ahmed Haroon Jazbhay
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