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Xenophobia case against South African radio

Xenophobia case against South African radio
 
Metro FM's website Screen capture/www.metrofm.co.za

Justine Limpitlaw, professor of humanities at Wits University in Johannesburg, discusses freedom of expression in South Africa after the media regulatory board dismissed charges of xenophobia filed against Metro FM, a public radio station.


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