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​Civic education might be the future
​Civic education might be the future
The great Nelson Mandela is famous for a multitude of achievements, but the most remarkable is his passion for the advancement of his people. One...
SAPS ordered to pay legal fees of security cops accused of murdering MK fighter
SAPS ordered to pay legal fees of security cops accused of murdering MK fighter
The Pretoria high court has ordered the South African Police Service to pay the legal fees of three apartheid-era security policemen who are...
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...
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...
Timol inquest: Reliving the horror
Timol inquest: Reliving the horror
Salim Essop is a diminutive man. His energy appears boundless when he starts to speak and his gestures become more animated, as if swatting away...
US court considers appeal against apartheid lawsuit
US court considers appeal against apartheid lawsuit
A US court on Monday heard an appeal by major corporations attempting to stop a lawsuit over their role in South Africa's apartheid-era regime.
State backs apartheid victims' case
State backs apartheid victims' case
Apartheid victims suing international companies for 'aiding and abetting” will consider turning down an out-of-court settlement. They want their...

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