Brandon-Lee and Tony-Lee Thulsie

Thulsie twins back in Joburg court

The case against twin brothers, Brandon-Lee and Tony-Lee Thulsie is expected to resume in the Johannesburg High Court on Thursday. They are charged with 12 counts relating to contraventions of the Protection of the Constitutional Democracy Against Terrorist and Related Activities Act and the 13th charge is for fraud, linked[…]

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CAGE Africa cautions against inflammatory labelling of twins

Human Rights Group CAGE Africa says it has noted a “disturbing trend” amongst South Africa media to label Sallahuddin (Brandon-Lee) and Yakeen (Tony-Lee) Thulsie as “terror twins”. The 23 year old brothers have been charged with three counts of contravening the Protection of Constitutional Democracy against Terrorist and Related Activities Act.[…]

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Thulsie brothers in court today

Senior police officers tasked with unravelling an alleged Islamic State (IS) terror cell in South Africa were in deep discussions with prosecutors on Tuesday morning. Speaking in hushed voices in courtroom 13 at the Johannesburg Magistrates Court‚ prosecutors and officers from the Crimes Against the State unit huddled close to[…]

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Remaining vigilant of extremism in our midst

The following is the Jumuah Khutbah delivered by Imam Rashied Omar from the Claremont Main Road Mosque on Friday 15th July.  Over the past weekend we received the disturbing news of four people being arrested in Gauteng province in connection with charges related to planning acts of terror on South[…]

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