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The police 'punish before they prosecute' when it comes to public protests
The police 'punish before they prosecute' when it comes to public protests
An escalation of intelligence-led operations and a wish to use military weapons give insight into increasingly violent strategies of the SAPS.
Marikana widows have to 'prove' trauma as the authorities stay mum on compensation
Marikana widows have to 'prove' trauma as the authorities stay mum on compensation
Relatives are going the legal route to try to quantify their pain
#RememberMarikana: the miners killed at Marikana on 13 and 16 August 2012
#RememberMarikana: the miners killed at Marikana on 13 and 16 August 2012
This list was compiled by the Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa (Seri).
The world moves on but the pain of the Marikana massacre in August 2012 endures
The world moves on but the pain of the Marikana massacre in August 2012 endures
Time has washed over that terrible chapter in our history but the scars on the victims’ families is a reminder of the tragedy still being played out.
Activists say women were assaulted by Marikana police for protesting for jobs
Activists say women were assaulted by Marikana police for protesting for jobs
Several women who participated in protests for jobs last Thursday say members of the Marikana SAPS assaulted them before arresting them.
The African hands that reached out to help a British journalist
The African hands that reached out to help a British journalist
David Smith reflects on a Machiavellian Jacob Zuma, a warped Robert Mugabe, and the people of South Africa and the continent who won his admiration.

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