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Ipid recommends disciplinary action against police who watched Khosa beating

Police watchdog report finds that metro police members did not participate in the assault

Police release guidelines for the use of force during lockdown

The guidelines follow a court order in the case of Collins Khosa, who died after an alleged assault by members of the army and the Johannesburg metro police

Appeal to Khosa judgment imminent as family rejects police minister’s deal

The family of Collins Khosa is threatening to seek a personal costs order against Police Minister Bheki Cele

Victory for Khosa family as judge makes orders to prevent further state brutality

In its ruling the high court sought to restore the ‘social contract’ between citizens and government after the assault and death of Collins Khosa

Why calling the police is not an option for me

Brutality at the hands of those meant to protect us is just too common in our society and is mostly targeted at poor, black people

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

ConCourt judgment a step forward for activists, but Joburg still has ‘protest fees’

The White House is considering an ‘event management cost’ which is not that different from Joburg’s ‘planning costs’ for protests

Protests in Zakariyya Park as water crisis looms

Residents say they find themselves without water almost weekly

Jo’burg police ready for #HandsOffZuma protest

Last Friday, BLF said they would lead a Hands Off Zuma march, claiming Zuma's job is on the line because of his stance on economic transformation

‘Orange cops are bad, blue cops are good’

An anti-rape campaigner says metro police officers pulled her off the N1 and gang-raped her

Still no shelter for Alex flood victims, foreign nationals search for lost documents

Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba visited the Setswetla settlement on Thursday to survey the damage to the area.

‘Bribery’ cops taken off duty, says JMPD

Two Johannesburg metro police officers who were caught on CCTV footage allegedly taking a bribe have been removed from their usual duties.

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