Probably 80% of the work we do are to the benefit of all South Africans.— Kallie Kriel, AfriForum
Du Toit said that AfriForum resemble a group much like the American “alt-right”, despite viewing itself as a civic rights movement.
This week Whitfield had AfriForum CEO Kallie Kriel on air to respond to Du Toit.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
Judge us by our actions.— Kallie Kriel, AfriForum
Gerrie Nel’s team will not be an exclusive team.— Kallie Kriel, AfriForum
If you take on corruption; it’s in favour of everyone.— Kallie Kriel, AfriForum
The vast majority of our members are Afrikaners… but anybody can join us.— Kallie Kriel, AfriForum
The prosecution unit we’re setting up will benefit everybody.— Kallie Kriel, AfriForum
If you’re a women’s organisation it doesn’t mean you’re against men.— Kallie Kriel, AfriForum
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