Johannesburg - Legal action against Black First Land First (BLF) is piling up with the latest charge from the DA against the organisation’s leader Andile Mngxitama for inciting violence against white South Africans.
The DA’s Joe McGluwa said he laid the charge against Mngxitama at the Potchefstroom police station on Monday.
The party has also reported the BLF and its leader to the Equality Court and the Human Rights Commission.
The legal action has been prompted by Mngxitama’s comments over the weekend at a small rally held by the party where he called for five white people to be killed for every black person that dies in taxi violence.
His comments have drawn huge criticism and various other threats of legal action against the organisation, which has ambitions to join the political arena and contest general elections next year.