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Alien tort ruling is a snub for global justice

ON APRIL 17, the US Supreme Court handed down the long-awaited Kiobel decision, which is considered a blow to human rights victims resorting to the Alien Tort Claims Act to seek redress from corporations that commit human rights violations. The decision has profound implications for South African apartheid victims seeking…
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Little hope of finding the truth that lies buried with the bones

ONLY a few apartheid-era crimes are still being investigated, but the National Prosecuting Authority will not say how many or reveal the status of the investigations. NPA spokeswoman Bulelwa Makeke said 350 cases had been handed to NPA investigators since the disbanding of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC). It…
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Widow leads police to grave

Elizabeth Mokoena, an ordinary, uneducated grandmother, did the incredible. She led police to the site where she believed her husband, an ANC member who disappeared in 1993, was buried. And exactly where she told them to look, they found the remains of a man. Now Mokoena and her two sons…
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Opening of Art Exhibition by Widows of the Marikana Massacre at the Marikana (Farlam) Commission

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  When: 9 to 30 September 2014 at the Marikana (Farlam) Commission venue in Centurion, Pretoria.

 

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