South African opposition figure Julius Malema is challenging an apartheid-era law used to prosecute him over calls to occupy white-owned land.
He is accused of urging his supporters to occupy white-owned land in a speech he gave in June, in contravention to the 1956 Riotous Assemblies Act.
A judge has agreed to postpone his trial while he challenges the act in the Constitutional Court.
Land reform is still a highly sensitive issue in South Africa.
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