This comes after the Durban-based People’s Revolutionary Movement (PRM) said it wanted to be elected into the provincial and national parliaments so it could have a platform to fight for the banning of the rights of “gays and lesbians”.
The party, which claims to have more than 10000 members and scores of sympathisers, is expected to launch its election manifesto in uMlazi, south of Durban, on Sunday.
The centre’s project co-ordinator, Sibongile Khumalo, said gays and lesbians’ rights were enshrined in the Constitution, and would be defended.
“If they campaign against us, we will go out to campaign against them, since the Constitution does not allow for gender and race discrimination....
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