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The ANC has condemned the display of the apartheid South African flag during nationwide protests against farm murders on Monday.
Thousands of people across the country took to the streets to take part in what lobby group Afriforum described as the biggest protest to date against farm murders.
In a statement, the ANC said: "The racial characterisation of crime and the stoking of racial hatred by some elements in the campaign through‚ among others‚ the arrogant and offensive display of apartheid SA’s flag‚ are indicative of an unrelenting yearning for apartheid fascism and white supremacy and make a mockery of the national reconciliation project; continuing to entrench obstacles to the creation of a nonracial society in SA."
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