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Carolyn Raphaely

Carolyn Raphaely

    Apartheid culture of police brutality still alive today
    Apartheid culture of police brutality still alive today
    The anniversary of the death of Neil Aggett is a poignant reminder that police brutality is still happening in post-apartheid South Africa.
    Denying paraplegic bail is 'torture'
    Denying paraplegic bail is 'torture'
    Doctor says keeping sickly awaiting-trial prisoner in jail is a denial of his constitutional rights. Carolyn Raphaely reports.
    Paraplegic's hellish ordeal in prison
    Paraplegic's hellish ordeal in prison
    Unlike Oscar Pistorius, who awaits trial in luxury, paraplegic Ronnie Fakude had to share a cell with 87 men.
    Toxic meltdown at forensic labs
    Toxic meltdown at forensic labs
    The country's top pathologists say laboratories are running on a backlog of up to 10 years, leaving the criminal justice system in the lurch.
    Aunt queries postmortem report on boy
    Aunt queries postmortem report on boy
    More than four years after a 14-year-old boy allegedly used his trousers to hang himself in a police cell, the inquest into his death has begun.
    Who killed Leon Booysen?
    Who killed Leon Booysen?
    The death of a teenager in police custody remains a mystery four years after he allegedly hanged himself.