The SA Human Rights Commission is investigating a case of hate speech after a series of tweets glorifying farm murders after the DA said it had initially written to the commission in the Western Cape raising the complaint, but that it had not been assisted. News24 quotes SAHRC spokesperson Gushwell Brooks as saying they viewed the incitement or call for violence directed against persons on the basis of their race in an extremely serious light. “For social cohesion to thrive within South Africa, the safety and freedoms of all South Africans need to be guaranteed and thus the state, particularly the South African Police Service (SAPS) needs to ensure the safety of all within South Africa from the scourge of crime, including crimes committed on farms,” he said.