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Azapo says additional charges have been filed in the Belinda Migor case

The Azan People’s Organization (Azapo) said it has added three more charges to its case against a Benoni woman who was arrested on charges of criminal injury.

A photo of members of Azapo and civil society groups protesting on November 28, 2022, following the arrest of Belinda Magor for her racist voice. Photo: Azapo/Facebook

JOHANNESBURG – The Azania People’s Organization (Azapo) says it has added three more charges to its case against a Benoni woman who was arrested on charges of causing criminal injury.

Belinda Migor allegedly called for black people to be banned instead of pit bulls.

The party said the woman should also be charged with inciting genocide, inciting violence against black people and enmity.

Earlier on Monday, members of civil society and Azapa protested outside the home of 60-year-old Migor, demanding to leave the country.

Azapo representative Kekeletso Khena said that Migor’s release with a warning is unacceptable.

“When we went to open the case on Friday, they didn’t quite understand what we wanted to say, or it seemed like this was the case we wanted to open. They appointed an investigator to see We look forward to another arrest.’

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