AfriForum - superstar prosecutor Gerrie Nel’s new employer – views itself as a civic rights movement.
However, they resemble a group much like the American “alt-right”.
So said Huffington Post South Africa Deputy Editor Pieter du Toit in an article published on Tuesday.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Du Toit.
In the interview Du Toit lists five things most people didn’t know about Solidariteit, AfriForum’s parent company.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
Solidarity is a successor of the Mine Workers’ Union, established just after the Anglo Boer War.— Pieter du Toit, HuffPost SA
AfriForum is an Afrikaner rights organisation.— Pieter du Toit, HuffPost SA
AfriForum has 186 000 members.— Pieter du Toit, HuffPost SA
AfriForum is cash flush.— Pieter du Toit, HuffPost SA
AfriForum has established their own Afrikaans university.— Pieter du Toit, HuffPost SA
AfriForum believes Afrikaners are under siege in this country.— Pieter du Toit, HuffPost SA
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