The municipality has offered a R100 000 reward for information that leads to the conviction of councillor Nhlalayenza Ndlovu’s killers
In this fourth episode of The Last Afternoon in the Garden we go back to the communal garden one last time to reflect on everything that has happened. We seek out experts to try and explain the violence and confront a person from the past who has a different version of events.
In this third episode of The Last Afternoon in the Garden we are struck by incredible tragedy, but everyone involved pulls together, gets sensible and builds a strategy so they can win.
In this second episode of The Last Afternoon in the Garden we get deeper into the work of Mbale Kubheka, the determined attorney who is working to get a conviction for the assassination of Ayanda Ngila.
My investigation started as looking into an assassination, but became about land ownership in South Africa. I became increasingly aware of what it takes to achieve even small victories against powerful, established forces.
Ayanda Ngila was assassinated in the Ekhenana communal garden in Durban, South Africa, on the 8th of March, 2022. Ayanda was 30 years old and shot in broad daylight in the middle of the afternoon. He was fixing a water pipe in front of women and children and as he went down he yelled for […]
Chris Hani’s daughter Lindiwe Hani has learnt to not be buried by his assassination 30 years ago but to draw strength from the way he lived his life
The party needs to be more than restored, it needs to be rebuilt and repurposed, with the the party’s youth prepared for a transformative role in society based on good ethics
A classified FBI report confirms that US law enforcement has long known of Rwandan intelligence operations against civilians on its soil
The attack comes despite the country’s famously low levels of violent crime and tough gun laws
The deputy chief justice says an attack on one witness may deter many others from giving evidence
Bail application proceedings into murder-accused Zane Kilian are expected to resume today after many delays last year.
Sixty years after the assassination of Patrice Lumumba, the DRC’s first prime minister, his remains will be returned from Belgium