The Postponement of Closing Arguments in the re-opened Aggett Inquest

        Press Release by the Foundation for Human Rights and Webber Wentzel 12 March 2021 The Postponement of Closing Arguments in the re-opened Aggett Inquest   The

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Resumption of the Aggett Inquest – Media Reports – Week 1 and 2

  Post Published: 01 February 2021 Inquest into Dr Neil Aggett’s death resumes – By Naledi Shange, 18 January 2021 Naledi Shange reports on the re-opening of the Aggett inquest.

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Press Release on the Resumption of the Aggett Inquest

  WEBBER WENTZEL AND FOUNDATION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS Press Release on the Resumption of the Aggett Inquest   15 January 2021 The inquest into the death of Dr Neil Aggett

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Apartheid Crimes | Families seek justice

An interview by the SABC with Ms Yasmin Sooka (human rights expert and former Director of the FHR) and Mr Lukhanyo Calata (the son of the late Fort Calata). They

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Aggett Inquest postponed indefinitely after presiding judge is hospitalised

The postponement of the Aggett inquest raises once again the issue of inquest delays in TRC cases. Read More: https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2020-02-26-aggett-inquest-postponed-indefinitely-after-judge-admitted-to-hospital/

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Death in custody of Rwanda’s Kizito Mihigo reminiscent of Neil Aggett

The Rwandan government’s claims that Mihigo was found hanging in his cell from a bedsheet, reminiscent of the apartheid government’s claims regarding Aggett’s death, have drawn heavy criticism. Read More:

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New Frame article, ‘Neil Aggett’s sister wants a murder verdict’

Jill Burger hopes to prove that her brother’s death was not just induced suicide, but murder. Read More: https://www.newframe.com/neil-aggetts-sister-wants-a-murder-verdict/

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Aggett inquest: Cover-ups and shoddy work

The mystery of the solitary fingerprint submitted as evidence into Neil Aggett’s death shows shortcomings in forensic evidence collection and protocol at best, and indications of a possible cover-up at

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Inquest into the death of Dr Neil Aggett continues

The reopened inquest into the death of Dr Neil Aggett continues in the Johannesburg High Court with testimonies from former Security Branch officers. Creepy, manipulative, troubled, attention-seeking — they’re adjectives

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