Tymon Smith

At last, light on what happened to Hoosen Haffejee

The reopened inquest into the apartheid activist’s death in 1977 suggests Security Branch officers tortured him, with a then junior officer giving the clearest picture yet of what happened

A renewed commitment to TRC cases

The NPA and the Hawks are allocating people and resources to investigate apartheid-era crimes that have gone unpunished, but not everyone is altogether happy about it.

João Rodrigues is running out of road to appeal

The former apartheid security police officer’s attempt to use political interference as a reason not to stand trial for murder has failed

A full life, well lived

Denis Goldberg was a forthcoming, funny, angry, brutally honest and impressive man who never stopped fighting for what he believed in

South African arms deal not over yet

A three-year challenge has reversed the findings of the Seriti commission

Can the NPA save face on unresolved apartheid deaths?

Doors have opened for the Timol, Simelane and Aggett families but doubts still linger about the NPA’s behaviour and culpability

NPA to re-examine Neil Aggett’s death

The Minister of Justice announced that an investigation will reopen over the death of Aggett's death

Belief can move mountains – and transform schools

It only takes a good human being, who treats everyone with respect, to cast doubt on one’s ability to kill off God

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