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27 April 2017
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20 Apr 2017
SA: Francois Beukman: Address by Chairperson of Portfolio Committee on Police, at the Human Rights Commission and African Policing Civilian Oversight Forum Seminar, Braamfontein, Johannesburg (20/04/2017)
Promoting a human rights culture within the South African Police Service (SAPS) and adherence to the human rights approach by front-service police personnel is a priority that is directly linked to...
07 Apr 2017
We are not a 'junk' country – Maimane
President Jacob Zuma and the African National Congress (ANC) have led the country into a crisis, but there is still hope that the people of South Africa can rescue it from the brink, Democratic...
SA is not the property of one individual, says Maimane
South Africa belonged to all who lived in it and was not the property of one individual, one family or one party, Democratic Alliance (DA) leader, Mmusi Maimane, said on Friday. “We are not a...
More rubber bullets fired in Joburg
Police in Johannesburg have fired rubber bullets at African National Congress (ANC) protesters for a second time in Friday, in an apparent effort to prevent them back from clashing with Democratic...
09 Mar 2017
Daily Podcast - March 09, 2017
Making headlines: Anti-xenophobia march to Union Buildings Ramaphosa to face questions about Bathabile Dlamini And, Radebe says NYDA selection is above board
Five shot with rubber bullets in Reiger Park protest
Five people were injured after police used rubber bullets to disperse a violent crowd in Reiger Park, east of Johannesburg on Thursday morning, Ekurhuleni Metro Police said. “If there are people...
Anti-xenophobia march to Union Buildings
Community groups intend staging a march against crime, poverty, and xenophobia to the Union Buildings on Thursday. It was organised by the Coalition of Civics Against Xenophobia, which describes...
27 Feb 2017
Zimbabweans in SA say 'xenophobic attacks are political', engage ANC
Zimbabweans living in South Africa have reportedly engaged the African National Congress (ANC) to intervene, following recent "xenophobic attacks" in Pretoria and Johannesburg. On Friday protesters...
24 Feb 2017
No place for xenophobia in Johannesburg – Mashaba
Peace-loving South Africans need to reject groups trying to blame immigrants for crime and unemployment, Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba said on Friday. “There is no place for xenophobia in...
South Africans fed up with crime, not xenophobic – Zuma
President Jacob Zuma says the march against immigrants in Pretoria on Friday is evidence that citizens are fed up with crime. Speaking after the launch of Operation Phakisa, which is aimed at...
Blame govt, not immigrants, for lack of jobs – Maimane
Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane has said that South Africans should blame the government for lack of jobs, and not other Africans living in the country. "As a South African, a proud...
Political parties condemn xenophobic violence
Political parties have condemned the violent anti-immigrant protests and acts of intimidation that have broken out. The African National Congress (ANC), which called for tolerance, said it noted...
22 Dec 2016
Violence erupts outside court as student leader denied bail
Riot police clashed with Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Student Command members outside the Pietermaritzburg High Court on Thursday. This after student activist Bonginkosi Khanyile, who has been...
20 Dec 2016
EXCLUSIVE: 'Pangas, pepper spray' at Congolese protest in Pretoria
Several Congolese nationals have been arrested after an anti-government protest in front of the Democratic Republic of the Congo embassy in Pretoria turned violent on Tuesday. Police fired several...
#DRCprotest in Pretoria turns violent
Violence has broken out at the DRC embassy in Pretoria with protesters wanting Congolese President Joseph Kabila to step down clashing with police on Tuesday. News24 correspondent Carien du...
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