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Boeremag doctor: I’ll die in jail

One of the Boeremag medical doctors jailed for high treason has said that he believes he will die in jail because he is a white political prisoner.

Weekend 101: Phiyega, Boeremag and a free-for-all

Steve Hofmeyr to sing for Boeremag legal fees, Riah Phiyega is no longer the president's darling, and a not-so-legal sale in Cape Town.

The broken dreams of a Boertopia

A post-apocalyptic "paradise" was due to be built on the corpses of black people and race traitors.

Boeremag members to be sentenced

The sentencing of 20 Boeremag members convicted of treason will take place in the high court in Pretoria next week.

Boeremag members’ prison cells bugged, says spy

A former crime intelligence officer told the North Gauteng High Court he had seen police video footage of the Boeremag members.

Boeremag dad: My son’s views are warped

Boeremag treason trialist Lets Pretorius says he will not take responsibility for the "warped and selective" perceptions his son has of his family.

Boeremag planned total onslaught

It's clear the Boeremag plotters had a deadly serious intent. Phillip de Wet unpacks the plan to overthrow the SA government and start a race war.

Boeremag enticement claims rejected in treason trial

Claims that the state helped plan a right-wing coup through agents working for it has been rejected in the Boeremag treason trial.

Arms dealer keeps military at bay amid ‘Boeremag’ claims

A weapons dealer has been granted an interim interdict against the military after it seized an arms stash it said could be used in a Boeremag coup.

Boeremag treason trialist denied bail

A Boeremag treason trialist, who allegedly attempted to escape from the North Gauteng High Court last year, has been refused.

Boeremag treason suspects lose their chains

A High Court judge has restored privileges to six of the Boeremag treason trial accused, ruling that they may appear in court without leg irons.

Govt told to remove Boeremag accused’s night-time leg irons

The high court in Pretoria has ordered that four of the Boeremag treason-trial accused may no longer be held in leg irons overnight.

Sick Boeremag accused rushed to hospital

The Boeremag treason trial's oldest accused, Vis Visagie, was rushed to hospital on Wednesday after falling ill in the dock.

Security stepped up after Boeremag escape attempt

Security was stepped up at the Palace of Justice in Pretoria on Wednesday after Tuesday's foiled escape attempt by five Boeremag treason trialists.

Cops thwart escape attempt by Boeremag accused

An attempt by five of the 20 Boeremag treason trialists to escape from custody at the Palace of Justice in Pretoria was foiled on Tuesday morning.

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