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Bicycle theft shines new light on child justice

A “crime video” that went viral under­scores the need for the Child Justice Act to be made real of the ground.

Terre’Blanche’s widow speaks of ‘not sober’ suspect

Slain rightwing leader Eugene Terre'Blanche's wife testified that suspect Chris Mahlangu arrived at her house drunk on the day of her husband's death.

ConCourt deems parts of Children’s Act invalid

The ConCourt has ruled that parents of children who have been removed from their care will now have access to an automatic decision review.

Police caught in the Act in ET trial

The officers investigating the murder of Eugene Terre'Blanche made several crucial blunders.

ET murder trial a baptism of fire for new Child Act

A poor teenage farmworker, one of two accused of the murder of Eugene Terre'Blanche, is a test case for the new Child Justice Act.

Precedents opened the door to the media

But the jury is out on whether journalists should be allowed access to the AWB leader's murder trial, reports Glynnis Underhill.

Making sure no child offender is left behind

Child law experts explain to Glynnis Underhill how the new Child Justice Act is geared towards rehabilitating youngsters who have strayed.

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