The sister of Mozambican taxi driver Mido Macia said on Tuesday she hoped the conviction of policeman who killed her brother would bring closure.
The family of taxi driver Emidio Macia will no longer be represented by an East Rand-based law firm, the firm has said.
Of all our neighbours, why are they caught up in so many of South Africa's most tragic and shameful events?
A North West police officer has been arrested for allegedly dragging a man 100 metres with a police car in Setlopo Village, Mafikeng, says Ipid.
The nine police officers accused of killing taxi driver Emidio Macia have been denied bail by the Benoni Magistrate's Court.
The driver of the police vehicle that dragged taxi driver Emidio Macia has stated he was unaware that the man was attached to the van.
An autopsy of Emidio Macia's body found the taxi driver had died from hypoxia - which is the lack of oxygen, the Benoni Magistrate's Court has heard.
A snap survey of M&G readers shows that citizens are more likely to be fearful and suspicious of police officers than to regard them with trust.
Nine police officers have pleaded not guilty to charges of murdering Mozambican national taxi driver Mido Macia.
ANALYSIS: Never mind the police brutality fiasco, Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa is free to enjoy his honeymoon.
Diplomatic ties between SA and Mozambique remain stronger than ever, despite being tested by the murder of Mozambican taxi driver Mido Macia.
The banana-state militarisation of the police has led to the menace culture that brought on the death of Mido Macia and others, writes Ronnie Kasrils.
Friends and family of the taxi driver, who died in custody after being dragged behind a police van in Daveyton, have held a memorial service for him.
The case against eight police officers implicated in the death of taxi driver Mido Macia has been postponed.
The Benoni Magistrate's Court has been packed to capacity ahead of the appearance of eight police officers implicated in the death of Mido Macia.
A judicial commission of inquiry into police brutality should be established after a taxi driver died in police custody, the DA said on Sunday.
The National Council of Trade Unions has called on Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa to take responsibility after the death of taxi driver Mido Macia.
South Africans were horrified when footage surfaced showing police handcuffing a man to a police vehicle and dragging him about 400m down the street.
News that Daveyton police beat and dragged a man behind a police van has sickened South Africans. But police torture of civilians is nothing new.