Hate isn’t up for debate: Cyril lays down law on apartheid, ...

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Hate isn’t up for debate: Cyril lays down law on apartheid, gender crimes

Ramaphosa addresses the two biggest talking points from Sona’s insult-slinging match

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President Cyril Ramaphosa was emphatic as he took to the podium in parliament on Thursday: apartheid, he said, was without question a crime against humanity.

Then Ramaphosa took it one step further, suggesting denying this fact was akin to treason.

“Apartheid was so immoral in its conception and so devastating in its execution that there is no South African living today who is not touched by its legacy. I would even go to say that to deny this, in my view, is treasonous...

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