Activist takes mandatory vaccine fight to Constitutional Court

An unvaccinated human rights activist has filed papers at Constitutional Court against the president and Cabinet over mandatory vaccines and lockdown.

In the past few months, big companies such as PSG and Discovery have encouraged employees to get vaccinated.

Last month, mining service partner Fraser Alexander implemented a mandatory vaccination policy from January.

The University of Cape Town also announced restrictions for unvaccinated students for next year.

Human rights activist and lawyer Schalk van der Merwe said the human rights violations during lockdown pushed him to go back into law again.

On 20 November, Van der Merwe filed papers at Constitutional Court against the president and all relevant members of Cabinet regarding mandatory vaccination and lockdown.

Van der Merwe said it all started with a video on social media about 3 700 jab injuries reported in Secunda.

“There are already about 5 000 people now whom we know of with jab injuries. It’s everything from headaches through to people who have organ failure,” he said.

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Our Comment: The Concourt Case Number is CCT359/21 and awaiting the outcome;

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