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Attacks point to ‘deeply entrenched’ xenophobic attitudes

It is more than a decade since the 2008 attacks on foreign nationals in South Africa, during which more than 60 people were killed

The AU’s new transitional justice policy could be a game-changer

This new framework can be used to resolve past violent conflicts as well as to sustain peace and development in Africa

ANC fingered in violent protests

Divisions at the local level of the ANC are among the chief factors fuelling service delivery protests.

No answers to violent crime

'Knee-jerk reactions and tit-for-tat theories do not acknowledge the many possible reasons,' writes <b>David Bruce</b>

Why South Africa is so violent

Violent crime is deeply ingrained in the social fabric of the country and cannot simply be solved through the criminal justice system.

Murderers on list of prisoners up for pardon

Not all offenders meet the "political crimes" requirement of the presidential dispensation.

Death between friends

Researchers find that 'acquaintance murder' tops the list of forms of killing in the country and should be prioritised, writes Sello S Alcock.

‘SA needs to respect justice and the law’

Crime and violence are a way of life in South Africa and, according to David Bruce of the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, respect for justice and the law needs to be fostered. Bruce was speaking at a seminar on <i>The State of Criminal Justice: Building Respect for Justice and Human Rights</i> in Johannesburg on Tuesday.

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