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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: Biko's ideology must live
Editorial: Biko's ideology must live
In 1977, an apartheid minister of justice, Jimmy Kruger, announced that Steve Biko had died in his cell at a Pretoria prison after a week-long...
Timol inquest: The apartheid police officers accused of torture
Timol inquest: The apartheid police officers accused of torture
Anti-apartheid activists Ahmed Timol and Salim Essop were interrogated by the same Security Branch officers at the time of their detention in...
Timol probe unfolds like a whodunit
Timol probe unfolds like a whodunit
Presiding Judge Billy Mothle had heard the evidence at the Ahmed Timol inquest. Those who were there 46 years ago say Timol stood up, moved swiftly...
Investigations into Timol's death 'a cover up of the truth' – court hears
Investigations into Timol's death 'a cover up of the truth' – court hears
A private investigator commissioned by anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol's family has told the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria that previous...
Ahmed Timol inquest unravels apartheid cover ups that protected security police
Ahmed Timol inquest unravels apartheid cover ups that protected security police
The second sitting of the inquest into apartheid activist Ahmed Timol's death began at the Pretoria high court on Monday. Witnesses have begun...
Editorial: Hambani kahle, omkhulu
Editorial: Hambani kahle, omkhulu
Ray Phiri’s death is not being mourned in isolation. With him goes jazz musician and teacher to many, Johnny Mekoa.
Present crisis, past ghosts
Present crisis, past ghosts
The inquest into the death of Ahmed Timol, an anti apartheid activist, which began at the South Gauteng High Court reveals old wounds. Timol was...
Israel is an apartheid state. Dump the report, says UN
Israel is an apartheid state. Dump the report, says UN
NEWS ANALYSISWhen the Special Committee against Apartheid was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 1962, Western powers...
Big Food raises a big question
Big Food raises a big question
In South Africa’s food value chain, oligopolies exist in almost every link. From seed to store, just a handful of players control much of each...
Absa's apartheid debt, the Broederbond and the British spy
Absa's apartheid debt, the Broederbond and the British spy
COMMENTThat the public protector’s finding on Absa is going to become a terrible political mess is inevitable. And it has been inevitable...

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