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The imminent public release of almost 150 formerly inaccessible Truth and Reconciliation transcripts is expected to stir tensions in an already volatile Kwa-Zulu Natal (KZN) because its contents reveal the extent of collaboration between traditional authorities in the region and apartheid’s death squads.
A report alleging police watchdog Robert McBride tampered with the findings of a probe into the rendition of Zimbabweans has been handed to the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA).
Police Minister Nathi Nhleko presented a report by legal firm Werksmans – which found an investigation into the illegal rendition of Zimbabweans in 2010 had been tampered with – to members of the portfolio committee on police on Monday.
Zimbabwe’s Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) has communicated an intelligence report that says the Nigerian militant group Boko Haram is in Zimbabwe en route to South Africa.
Zimbabwe travellers on an Intercape bus were held up and robbed by armed men “dressed as police” near Hammanskraal, Gauteng, before dawn on Tuesday.
Durban – President Jacob Zuma was cheered and jeered as he attempted to calm xenophobic tensions during a quick whirlwind visit of a refugee camp in Durban.
Zuma was cheered when he told the hundreds of refugees encamped on a sports field in the Westcliff area of Durban’s Chatsworth suburb that the government would help them to address their concerns, whether it was to stay in the country or to return home.
The home of prosecutor Gerrie Nel was evacuated after police received information that there could be a bomb inside, Gauteng police said.
Durban – Despite being attacked, having their shops looted and being left stranded, foreign nationals were on Tuesday adamant that they would not be forced out of the city of Durban.
A young teenage boy died after being shot three times during a looting spree in Lindelani in KwaZulu-Natal, hit by deadly xenophobic violence that broke out over the weekend.
But there was no need yet for the army to be sent in, said Police Minister Nathi Nhleko, who described the unrest as a form of African “self-hate”.
Port Elizabeth – A war memorial statue in Uitenhage’s Market Square was set alight on Thursday afternoon, Eastern Cape police said.
Warrant Officer Bazil Seekooi said three members of the community had placed a tyre over the statue and set it alight around 12:30.