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Inquest into Neil Aggett’s death begins

The trade unionist was found hanged in his cell at the John Vorster Square police station in 1982

Can the NPA save face on unresolved apartheid deaths?

Doors have opened for the Timol, Simelane and Aggett families but doubts still linger about the NPA’s behaviour and culpability

Application denied: Rodrigues to stand trial for Timol murder

João ‘Jan’ Rodrigues’ application for a stay of prosecution has been dismissed. He will stand trial for the 1971 murder of activist Ahmed Timol

TRC commissioners demand justice

Former truth and reconciliation commissioners are entering a court battle to see a former policeman prosecuted

Ramaphosa urged to establish judicial inquiry into lack of apartheid prosecutions

Imtiaz Cajee, the nephew of murdered anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol, will recommend an inquiry to probe the capture of the NPA and SAPS

Timol family granted access to oppose apartheid cop’s attempt to ‘escape justice’

The Timol family wants to stop former Security Branch clerk Joao Rodrigues from being granted a permanent stay of prosecution

Activist families fear precedent-setting case by apartheid cop

Families of slain activists are fighting against an apartheid-era cop’s attempt to avoid prosecution permanently

Daughter of apartheid cop accused of Timol’s murder speaks out

Tilana Stander says she has not spoken to her father for years but helped the Timol Foundation find him

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