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Uganda’s professional elites need to take a stand

COMMENT: The protests against the Ugandan president’s 35-year rule are being led by the youth. But they cannot do it alone

Sitting targets and lame ducks

Everybody’s staying pozi, which is making all the arrests easy for the Hawks. Only Ace is desperate to be seen

This beef smells like manure

What’s that animal sound? Is it a Hawk swooping? A chicken roosting? No, it’s Zuma remembering a beef

Editorial: Arrests expose the rot in the ANC

The ANC has used its power to create networks of patronage. And this means going after corruption will cost the party financially

Councillors barred as ANC moves against corruption

'Stand aside' rule implemented for people facing charges as provincial integrity commission process stalls

Hawks eye ANC politicians next

Top cop says more big players will be added to the list of accused as the state prepares to go to court

Another ANC member hands himself over to the police

Former ANC MP hands himself over to the police in connection with Bosasa kickbacks, with more arrests expected

Hawks arrest Free State ‘asbestos project’ players

Businessman Edwin Sodi and senior civil servants are among those arrested over the R200-million theft of state funds

How eSwatini silences opposition activists

Activists in the Kingdom of eSwatini are routinely arrested on vague and flimsy charges

‘My son died the worst kind of death’: Horrific details of violent unrest in Ethiopia

Eyewitness accounts emerge of the violence that left 239 people dead after the assassination of singer Hachalu Hundessa

More than 230 cash-in-transit heist suspects arrested since April — Cele

Police are cracking down on cash-in-transit heists, Police Minister Bheki Cele said on Tuesday

Chinese activist Yang Lin arrested on subversion charge

China has arrested an activist on a charge of subversion, says his brother and a rights group.

Another Zim dissident arrested, tortured, lawyers say

Another dissident critic of President Robert Mugabe was arrested, while police defied a court order to give medical help to 12 others, lawyers say.

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