CAGE Africa

Picket outside Thulsie brothers bail hearing

Members of the community are holding a demonstration today outside the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court in support of the Thulsie family and to call for the twins’ release. CAGE Africa previously called attention to the fact that much of the state’s case against the Thulsie twins is built around the statement of[…]

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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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CAGE Africa calls for calm in the wake of Thulsie twins’ arrest

Human rights organisation CAGE Africa has criticised South African authorities for the manner in which two suspects were arrested, saying it” undermines their due process rights”. Brandon-Lee and Tony-Lee Thuslie were arrested in Newclare, Johannesburg at the weekend in a raid conducted by the Hawks, following a year-long intelligence operation.[…]

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SA terror alert, nothing more than fear mongering

As Islamaphobia continues to grow internationally, a recent terror alert has sparked concern within the South African Muslim community who fear that Islamaphobia may spread within the country. The terror alert, which was issued by the United States and United Kingdom Governments, alleged that malls within the country will be[…]

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Global petition for Gitmo detainees to resettle in SA

A human rights organisation has launched a global petition to support their request to the South African government to resettle cleared Guantanamo Bay detainees. CAGE Africa, a branch of an organisation based in the UK, wants to resettle between 1 and 11 Guantanamo Bay detainees who have been cleared for[…]

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