Myeni apologises for naming protected witness

Former South African Airways board chairperson, Dudu Myeni has apologised for naming the protected witness, saying it was not intentional. The commission had previously made an order to protect the identity of the witness. “I am feeling so bad about this whole thing because I don’t mean to disrespect anyone[…]

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Probe into dubious religious practises

An investigation has been launched to root out exploitation by cash-hungry religious leaders. This investigation would probe the affairs, especially the finances of all churches, mosques and synagogues and other faith based organisations. The investigation will also look at illicit practices and the commercialisation of religion and abuse of people’s[…]

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Khayelitsha inquiry report to be released

The final report of the commission of inquiry into policing in Khayelitsha, Cape Town will be handed over on Monday. The commissioners, former Constitutional Court justice Kate O’Regan and advocate Vusi Pikoli, would present the report to Western Cape premier Helen Zille and community safety MEC Dan Plato. The report[…]

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Mental state of ‘Mr X’ questioned

A police witness, known only as Mr X, hit back at lawyers casting aspersions on his mental state at the Farlam Commission of Inquiry in Pretoria on Monday. Dali Mpofu, SC, for the injured and arrested Marikana miners, was cross examining the mineworker, who testified via video link from an[…]

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