The new South African emergency regulations ban "subversive statements," defined as likely to have the following effects:
(a) of promoting any object of any organisation which has, under any law, been declared to be an unlawful organisation;
(b) of inciting the public or any person or category of persons to -- (i) take part in any unlawful strike; (ii) take part in or to support any boycott action; (iii) take part in any unlawful demonstration, gathering or protest procession; (iv) take part in any acts of civil disobedience; or (v) discredit or undermine the system of compulsory military service;
(c) of inciting the public . . . or any person or category of persons to resist or oppose the Government or any Minister or official of the Republic or any member of a Force, in connection with any measure adopted in terms of any of these Regulations or in connection with any other measure relating to the safety of the public or the maintenance of public order or in connection with the administration of justice.
(d) of engendering or aggravating feelings of hostility in the public or any section of the public or any person or category of persons towards any section of the public or person or category of persons;
(e) of weakening or undermining the confidence of the public . . . in the termination of the state of emergency, or of encouraging the public . . . to commit any act or omission which endangers or may endanger the safety of the public, the public order or the termination of the state of emergency; or
(f) of encouraging or promoting disinvestment or the application of sanctions or foreign action against the Republic;