Greg Marinovich, Farlamcommission-more Marikana secrets and lies

Raymond Suttner, interview on changes in the political scene (Polity interview)

Raymond Suttner, Do apartheid patterns of oppression continue? (Polity interview)

Growing civil unrest shows yearning for accountability,by Peter Alexander, Carin Runciman and Trevor Ngwane

Raymond Suttner, The persistence of the past in the present

Greg Marincovich, Marikana commission-the long game reveals itself

Carol Paton, Service delivery protests-why now?

ANC taught us to protest, say today’s protesters

Thapelo Lekgowa, Greg Nicolson, Boiketlong, Sebokeng-still dying for their rights

Sipho Hlongwane, SAPS caught in crossfire of service wars

Makhudu Sefara, Nobody should die fighting for basic rights

ENCA, Violent protests spread across South Africa

Evidence on bungled and intentionally deficient policing in rape and murder cases at Kyayelitsha commission

Raymond Suttner interview on current situation with Creamer Media’s Polity

Greg Nicolson, on Durban Deep police killing

State action used to threaten those who may not give Zuma warm reception in Eastern Cape

Note how police are present and those who are not inlined to give Number one a warm reception are threatened not only with organisational discipline but the arm of the state

Mothultlung: where death is delivered faster than service

3 people killed by police, while water supply is sabotaged and water tank suppliers provide water whose quality is questioned

Continued protests over lack of water and police violence and killings in Mothutlung, outside Brits.

Protests continue and police appear to have thrown a man out of a Nyala leading to his sustaining severe head injuries

Turmoil over alleged attempt to purge SAPS of senior MK officers

Two articles in the Mail and Guardian address the question of an alleged hit list within the SAPS, aimed at ridding the senior ranks of mainly former MK operatives. Continue reading