David Bruce Author

Rubber bullets well past their sell-by date

Police must distinguish between those acting violently and other protesters when using force

Ignore male victims at society’s peril

There is a crisis of violence against women. But men also suffer brutalisation. This contributes to the abuse of women

A journey into the tragedy at Marikana

A book by Greg Marinovich highlights the exploitation that led to the Marikana tragedy, writes David Bruce.

Violent protests entrenched in SA’s culture

Political intimidation is generally carried out with the approval of dominant political role-players, writes David Bruce.

Can the ANC rein in grass-roots coercion?

The party's leaders decry intimidation, but some local despots in its ranks use fear to retain power.

Wheels of justice turn slowly as political killings escalate

According to an internal ANC report, 38 members of the party have been killed in KwaZulu-Natal since the beginning of 2011.

Marikana: Disastrous crowd control led to mayhem

The events at Marikana were not only a human tragedy, but also a disaster for policing in SA, one that will leave a stain on the image of the SAPS.

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