The Equality Court will hear Solidarity’s case against Black First Land First on Thursday.

BLF was taken to court following comments it made about the victims of the Hoërskool Driehoek tragedy.

Four children died in February when a concrete slab linking two blocks of buildings at the school collapsed.

After the incident, BLF spokesperson, Lindsay Maasdorp, said the tragedy was a suitable punishment for white people and their children.

Party president, Andile Mngxitama, defended Maasdorp’s statement.

The labour union laid a charge on behalf of the victim’s parents.

The union says racial hatred should not be normalized. More details will come your way

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