Columns 25.3.2017 05:31 am

Bizarre to burn Zille at the stake over colonialism tweet

Legally, unless her words arouse hatred to the degree that they incite violence, they are constitutionally protected.

The art of cursive writing has almost completely disappeared, even from the schoolroom. The skill of what similarly could be called joined-up thinking, is also under threat of extinction.

Bizarre to burn Zille at the stake over colonialism tweet
Bizarre to burn Zille at the stake over colonialism tweet

Bizarre to burn Zille at the stake over colonialism tweet

Legally, unless her words arouse hatred to the degree that they incite violence, they are constitutionally protected.

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