Kausea v Minister of Home Affairs & Others 1995 (1) SA 51: The constitution did not elevate freedom of speech and expression above other fundamental freedoms

O'Linn J:

Infringement of freedom of speech and expression by law relating to defamation, contempt of court and incitement to commit an offence reasonable and necessary in democratic society as intended in art 21(2). The constitution did not elevate freedom of speech and expression above other fundamental freedoms, nor did it elevate it above any of the fundamental rights.

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