The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) in Gauteng has confirmed that its received 140 dockets from police on Esidimeni.
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Karima Brown spoke to Former Constitutional Court Justice, Albie Sachs and Former member of Umkhonto weSizwe Jeremy Veary.
How far have we come as a country to ensure every citizen is protected under the Bill of Rights?
Karima Brown spoke to Advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi as well as Farmer Errol April on the issue of land justice.
The Parliamentary Press Gallery Association says it has written to the speaker of the National Assembly to act on the matter.
Former Save Mpumalanga ANC group leader Peter Nyoni is among several candidates vying for ANC Mpumalanga chairmanship.
Former deputy chief justice Dikgang Moseneke ruled that the Gauteng government pay over R1.2 million in damages to the families.
The Cape Town mayor says there is no reason why the Democratic Alliance should refuse to make her hearing public.