Latest articles on Torture
International crimes must be prosecuted and domestic jurisdictions are well placed to do this. Domestic prosecutions based on universal jurisdiction are on the rise
After ratifying the optional protocol of the relevant UN convention, South Africa is now in the process establishing a national preventive mechanism for the prevention of torture
Haunting testimonies of LGBTQ Africans appear in a Human Rights Watch report on violations.
Glebelands Hostel – an apartheid-era relic – has been engulfed in a wave of violence the police have proved unable or unwilling to address.
Hissene Habre faces charges of torture and crimes against humanity in the first trial of an African leader outside his nation by a continental court.
The Eritrean government may have committed crimes against humanity and was responsible for systematic human rights abuses, cites a UN report.
Unhappy members of the National Bargaining Council for the Private Security Sector say corporate governance standards are being flouted
Labour disputes and withheld funding for noncompliance have rocked the board, which is supposed to administer about three million hectares on behalf of King Goodwill Zwelithini
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