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16 Nov 2020 Staff Writer
João Rodrigues, apartheid-era crimes and the question of a blanket amnesty...

Mail and Guardian 6 November 2020 By Atilla Kisla Today, on 6 November 2020, the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) hears the…

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07 Jul 2020 Staff Writer
A new dawn for the protection of the rights of vulnerable communities with unreg...

Commonwealth Lawyers Association 26 June 2020 Brigadier Siachitema In a recent decision of the High Court for Zambia, a community…

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26 Jun 2020 Staff Writer
Good news as South Africa affirms its commitment to accountability for internati...

The Daily Maverick 26 June 2020 Kaajal Ramjathan-Keogh On 11 June, US President Donald Trump issued an executive order to…

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18 Jun 2020 Amanda Shivamba
In the lead-up to Malawi’s election ‘re-run’, its Government is in free fa...

On 17 June, SALC's intern, Nicholas Bugeja's article titled " In the lead-up to Malawi's election re-run, its Government is…

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25 May 2020 Staff Writer
Torture in Zimbabwe...

The Mail and Guardian 23 May 2020 By Atilla Kisla Six years after the Torture Docket case – What is…

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08 May 2020 Staff Writer
Universal Jurisdiction – a useful tool for prosecuting international crimes: C...

The Polity 07 May 2020 By Atilla Kisla Germany is prosecuting former Syrian state security members for crimes against humanity…

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28 Apr 2020 Staff Writer
Malawi: Human rights during a lockdown...

The Weekend Nation 25 April 2020 Victor Mhango from the Centre for Human Rights Education, Advice and Assistance (CHREAA) and…

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18 Mar 2020 Kaajal Ramjathan-Keogh
Why is South Africa providing a haven for an arms dealer convicted of war crimes...

Daily Maverick, 18 March 2020 Kaajal Ramjathan-Keogh is executive director, Southern Africa Litigation Centre. Andrew Feinstein is a former ANC…

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