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Kanya Cekeshe told to remain in prison

#FeesMustFall activist loses his case for leave to appeal his conviction for setting a police vehicle on fire in 2016

‘Hitler post’ won’t hold Dlamini back

Mcebo Dlamini announced last week that he would contest the ANCYL's leadership race

Eight years for striking one match

A student arrested during the #FeesMustFall protest in 2016 is fighting his ‘harsh’ sentence

SAPS: Mcebo Dlamini was not detained at any police station

Acting national commissioner General Khomotso Phahlane says 'it is unfortunate that rumours of Dlamini’s arrest were spread on social media'.

Dlamini says he was taken to Alex police station, but there’s no record of him there

The story echoes Dlamini’s first arrest, where police officers took him from his residence in the early hours of the morning.

David Mahlobo: Mcebo Dlamini has been to my house several times

The state security minister says he was not involved in the arrest of the student leader and rubbished allegations of being linked to rhino poaching.

Mcebo Dlamini: Prison was like an initiation to me

The former Wits SRC president remained defiant after he was released on bail on Wednesday, saying he would continue to fight for free education.

Wits students behind Mcebo Dlamini

As the Fees Must Fall leader remains jailed, students at the University of the Witwatersrand continue to show support for him.

Charges against Mcebo Dlamini are politically motivated, says Dali Mpofu

Mpofu argued in court that the video footage that prosecutor Steven Rubin had referred to during Dlamini's first bail hearing was fictitious.

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