The inquest into the death of Ernest Moabi Dipale begins at the Johannesburg Hight Court

The inquest into the death of Ernest Moabi Dipale begins at the Johannesburg Hight Court 18 February 2021 The inquest into the death of Ernest Dipale re-opened before Judge Makume

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Dr. Neil Aggett Media Monitoring

Former security policeman denies ‘anything and everything’ to do with Neil Aggett’s death By Ufrieda Ho 10 February 2021 https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2021-02-10-former-security-policeman-denies-anything-and-everything-to-do-with-neil-aggetts-death/ “I didn’t concern myself with what was said between the detainee and

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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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Yasmin Sooka | Zuma vs Zondo: Are we all equal before the law | News24

Yasmin Sooka, the former FHR’s Executive Director writes for the News24 “Former president Jacob Zuma’s petulant and unlawful exit at the Zondo commission on 19 November, having lost his application

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Webinar 3: International Convention against Apartheid – Will the crime of apartheid as a crime against humanity ever be prosecuted?

  By Chido Muzanenhamo, junior research consultant at the Foundation for Human Rights “Apartheid is a crime against humanity that has no perpetrators” – Dr Sithembile Mbete The third of

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FHR’s new webinar series: Did the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s failure to address socio-economic rights entrench inequality in South Africa?

  By Chido Muzanenhamo, Junior Research Consultant at FHR   “There is always space for truth telling.” These are the words of international human rights expert and former vice chairperson

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FHR’s new webinar series: justice delayed is justice denied

  FHR’s new webinar series: justice delayed is justice denied By Katherine Brown, Junior Researcher at FHR On the 13th of August, the Foundation for Human Rights (FHR) hosted the

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They died for freedom? By Yasmin Sooka

  They died for freedom?  By Yasmin Sooka   “My blood will nourish the tree that will bear the fruits of freedom. Tell my people that I love them. They

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Statement by the FW de Klerk Foundation

Following a statement by the FW De Klerk Foundation that apartheid was not a crime against humanity, the Desmond Tutu Foundation and the South African Council of Churches called on

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Following the postponement of the inquest into the death of anti-apartheid activist Neil Aggett, the inquest is to resume on 1-19 June 2020 in the Johannesburg High Court.

  Read More: https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2020-02-26-aggett-inquest-postponed-indefinitely-after-judge-admitted-to-hospital/

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