Cape Town - The Afrikanerbond was "seriously concerned" at the SA Human Rights Commissions' "glaring absence" of action against ANC Youth League president Julius Malema.
In a letter to SAHRC chairperson Lawrence Mushwana, the group said it had laid three complaints against "inciteful" and "hateful" utterances by Malema, but that nothing had been done so far.
"We want to state our disappointment, but also raise our serious concern that the Human Rights Commission, as the guardian and custodian of human rights in South Africa, has been glaring in its absence on any action and public statement in this regard," the Afrikanerbond wrote.
"We urge you to view our complaints against Mr Malema in a very serious light and to urgently, and in the interest of the protection and promotion of human rights and also in the public interest, inform us of the outcome of the last complaint lodged a month ago."
The Afrikanerbond laid its first complaint against Malema on March 10 for leading the singing of the struggle song "dubulu iBhunu" or "shoot the boer" at a student gathering at the University of Johannesburg.
It laid a second complaint of incitement to violence and hate speech on March 23 after Malema sang the song for a second time in Mafikeng.
On April 13, it lodged a complaint of a violation of freedom of speech and freedom of the press, after Malema’s outburst, directed at a BBC correspondent at a press conference at Luthuli House.
The SAHRC had written to the Afrikanerbond to say it would pend its investigation into the matter "as such intervention will amount to interference with a matter that is pending litigation".
The Equality Court in Johannesburg is expected to hear a hate speech complaint against Malema, lodged by AfriForum Youth, for singing "shoot the boer" on May 20.
The North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria granted an interdict preventing Malema from singing the lyrics, pending the start of the Equality Court hearing.
An ANC disciplinary committee last week found Malema guilty of making a public attack against President Jacob Zuma.
Malema was ordered to make a public apology to Zuma, the ANC and the public in general, attend anger management classes and the ANC's political school for 20 days. He was also fined R10 000.