Ahmed Timol

 
Luthuli inquest could be reopened
Luthuli inquest could be reopened
The Hawks and the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) have begun a probe into the circumstances around the death in 1967 of ANC president general...
Detainee’s ‘suicide’ revisited
Detainee’s ‘suicide’ revisited
It has been 41 years but the photographs of the scene of Hoosen Haffejee’s death in a cell in Durban’s Brighton Beach police station have not...
Justice fundamental to dealing with the effects of mass trauma
Justice fundamental to dealing with the effects of mass trauma
Justice has emerged victorious. Judge Billy Mothle concluded on October 12 in the high court in Pretoria that Ahmed Timol—who died after...
Letters to the editor: October 27 to November 2 2017
Letters to the editor: October 27 to November 2 2017
Let me congratulate Ra’eesa Pather on the article “Justice for Timol leaves us with...
NPA opening docket to charge Timol murder accused
NPA opening docket to charge Timol murder accused
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has confirmed it is opening a docket to bring charges of murder, accessory to murder and perjury...
Timol inquest highlights striking similarities to present day South Africa
Timol inquest highlights striking similarities to present day South Africa
Judge Billy Mothle presiding over the reopening of the Ahmed Timol inquest last week ruled that the death of Timol in 1971 at John Vorster Square...
Justice for Timol leaves us with bittersweet grief
Justice for Timol leaves us with bittersweet grief
When Judge Billy Mothle sat down after making his historic judgement in the Timol inquest, there was a moment of waiting.
Editorial: Lest we forget the heroes of a war for justice
Editorial: Lest we forget the heroes of a war for justice
For the children who never were, But may have been And for the parents who were, But were made to feel too much —
Timol ruling ‘just the beginning’
Timol ruling ‘just the beginning’
“While Ahmed’s body was battered, his human spirit would have fought on till the very end. As the blows rained down on him, as he was...
Forty-six years later, court finds that police murdered Ahmed Timol
Forty-six years later, court finds that police murdered Ahmed Timol
Ahmed Timol who died in police custody 46 years ago did not commit suicide but was murdered by officers, the Pretoria High Court ruled...
Timol inquest: The high stakes judgement that could change history
Timol inquest: The high stakes judgement that could change history
After 46 years, Ahmed Timol's family will sit in the Pretoria high court and listen today, with great anticipation, as presiding Judge Billy Mothle...
Judgment looms for apartheid cops at Timol inquest
Judgment looms for apartheid cops at Timol inquest
At the Ahmed Timol inquest, Judge Billy Mothle’s robes are bright red — a colour reserved for criminal cases. The inquest into Timol’s...

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