PART TWO By Anees Teladia This is the second of a TWO-PART feature on the death penalty in South Africa. PART TWO will explore three more key themes in the death penalty debate: the prevailing theories of justice in South Africa and how these theories relate to the death penalty,[…]
PART ONE By Anees Teladia “Will capital punishment [the death penalty] solve South Africa’s crime crisis” is the question many concerned South African citizens have been asking themselves for years. Confusing statistics, academic papers and fancy political speeches aside, there is an almost tangible feeling of lawlessness in the country[…]
By Anees Teladia With Major Fatima Isaacs due to appear in Military Court today for the purposes of establishing a trial date, it is necessary to highlight the legality of the case against Major Isaacs and the impossible choice she has been commanded to make by the South African National[…]
The Department of Higher Education and Training has called for “decisive action” to tackle unrest at state universities and has warned that it will not tolerate the “destruction of property and threat to lives” during protests. In a strongly worded statement on Wednesday, the department urged management at troubled state[…]
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