Our guest was Lavanya Pillay of Webber Wentzel, who was talking about the right to freedom of expression. Lavanya was part of the three person Webber Wentzel team (the others were Dario Milo and Thando Khumalo) who brought an urgent applicaton on behalf of the producers to have the X18 classification of the film “Inxeba: The Wound” overturned. See the attached press release regarding the case.

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