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‘Dros rapist’: No bail application, pictures can be taken in court

Magistrate Mali Mokwena ruled that the media may take still photographs 15 minutes before and 15 minutes after court proceedings.

Sudan death sentence ruling sparks international campaign

#JusticeForNoura has gained traction after Noura Hussein was sentenced to death for killing her husband after he allegedly attempted to rape her.

The price of the Warrior Woman’s freedom

The NPA has decided not to prosecute the mother who stabbed three men — after the massive public outcry that followed her arrest

Rape and (in)justice: 340 guilty verdicts from 3952 cases

A new study shows the dreadful reality of how the criminal justice system is failing victims of this 'priority crime' in SA.

Khwezi’s trial: A nauseating read

It’s 174 pages long, so you’ll need to have a strong stomach to get through it

The silent protest shed light on rape but many choose to see it as anti-Zuma

Anger over the government’s absolute failure to tackling gender-based violence has seen a resurgence of gender activism – and it’s young and militant.

Khayelitsha teen rape accused appear in court

Two men have been arrested for the rape, murder of Sinoxolo Mafevuku, while another accused of raping a woman at the Rhodes Memorial appears in court.

Tennis star Bob Hewitt’s rape trial continues

Bob Hewitt showed no emotion when one of his accusers gave a harrowing testimony of how her former tennis coach sexually assaulted her.

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