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Convict Andile Lungisa resists calls to quit city council

Former youth league leader Andile Lungisa cites ANC constitution, and argues assault is not corruption in a bid to keep his party membership

Khosa family: Crucial witnesses not interviewed by defence force and police unit

In court papers, the family says the investigations into the death of Collins Khosa are neither impartial nor effective

Mapisa-Nqakula: Investigation into Khosa’s death almost complete

The defence minister said allegations in court papers that she had violated people’s rights had no basis in law

Khosa family approaches Constitutional Court to put an end to state brutality

The partner of Collins Khosa — allegedly killed by soldiers and police officers — says the army and police force have become a law unto themselves

Khosa family demands an end to abuse of power

The family of Collin Khosa — allegedly killed at the hands of SANDF and JMPD members — want the president to explain how he will ensure this never happens again

Women harvest fruits of abuse  in rural Western Cape

Violence against women on farms and in farming towns, usually by their partners, is under-reported

There’s another, more prevalent violence at schools

The minute girls walk into the school environment, they face numerous difficulties, including discrimination on the basis of sex

Manana removed from gender-based violence panel discussion

This, after a poster advertising the event, hosted by Shevolution Africa, sparked outrage on social media

Decision to grant Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity set aside by high court

Rights group AfriForum and the Democratic Alliance challenged the decision by the department of international relations

NPA to proceed with Given Mkhari, wife assault charges

Earlier reports confirmed Given and Ipeleng Mkhari had laid assault charges against each other

Toxic masculinities: The demon in the soul of artistic men

Just because they’re creative – and seen to be more introspective than other men – does not mean they do not act violently towards women

Mbete concerned about Manana domestic worker assault complaint

The national speaker indicated the case of Manana's domestic worker would be included in his existing joint ethics committee probe

McBride to make representations over child abuse charges in the new year

At a court appearance in November, McBride's bail conditions were amended so he could see and speak to one his daughters, a potential State witness

“Assault is commonplace in our communities because people don’t do anything about it”

Statistics show that common assault had decreased between 2016 and 2017, but women continue to face assault.

McBride back in court over daughter’s alleged assault

Robert McBride has been charged with child abuse with an alternative charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm

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