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Govt: Tutu out of line

Pretoria - Government was on Sunday dismissive of Archbishop Desmond Tutu's support for cases brought before US courts by apartheid victims.
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The end of the rope

"Duma Joshua Khumalo, prisoner number V3458. Imprisoned by the apartheid regime in 1984. One of the "Sharpeville Six" charged with "common purpose" for being in a crowd near the scene of the murder that year of a councillor during a rent boycott in Sharpeville."
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Reparation payment regulations published

Regulations published in the government gazette on Friday paved the way for the payment of reparation grants of R30 000 to the 22 000 victims identified by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) process. The regulations stipulate to whom reparation grants will be paid.
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Judge Sprizzo on possible dismissal of lawsuit

Judge John Sprizzo harshly told the plaintiffs' lawyers that they had failed to make a convincing case that the companies had "aided and abetted" crimes of the apartheid regime. Sprizzo said he would make a written judgment at a later date. But several of his comments in court indicated he…
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To all our Muslim colleagues and friends

Today we join our Muslim colleagues and friends in wishing them well on Eid-ul-Fitr as Ramadan, the month of fasting, comes to an end today. 

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