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30 Days/Dae/Izinsuku October 2011
Author: calitz
Published: Oct 01, 2011

The October 2011 edition of 30 Days/Dae/Izinsuku is now available on our website. "30 Days/Dae/Izinsuku" covers domestic and major international media reporting on prison related issues sourced from press reviews, newspapers and websites.

30 Days/Dae/Izinsuku September 2011
Author: calitz
Published: Sep 01, 2011

The September 2011 edition of 30 Days/Dae/Izinsuku is now available on our website. "30 Days/Dae/Izinsuku" covers domestic and major international media reporting on prison related issues sourced from press reviews, newspapers and websites.

Submission on the Criminal Procedure Amendment Bill B39-2010
Author: calitz
Published: Aug 24, 2011

On 24 August, CSPRI researcher, Clare Ballard, presented a submission to the Portfolio Committee for Justice and Constitutional Development on the proposed amendments to the ‘use of deadly force’ provisions in the Criminal Procedure Act 51 of 1977.

30 Days/Dae/Izinsuku August 2011
Author: calitz
Published: Aug 01, 2011

The August 2011 edition of 30 Days/Dae/Izinsuku is now available on our website. "30 Days/Dae/Izinsuku" covers domestic and major international media reporting on prison related issues sourced from press reviews, newspapers and websites.

International Tribunal refers prosecution to Rwanda
Author: Jean
Published: Jul 28, 2011

The prosecution of Jean-Bosco Uwinkindi, a former Pentecostal pastor, who allegedly led multiple attacks on ethnic Tutsis, including a massacre at Kayenzi Church in July 1994, has been referred by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) to the Rwanda court system in terms of a UN resolution aimed at empowering national judicial systems to promote the rule of law.

Illegal immigrants die in Gabon detention
Author: Jean
Published: Jun 17, 2011

Agence France Press (AFP) reports that three illegal immigrants died in detention, possibly of cholera, after being expelled from an illegal gold mine.

Ten suffocate in detention in Chad
Author: Jean
Published: Oct 03, 2010

Forty-seven villagers were arrested by police in connection with the death of a village chief who had been implicated in child abduction cases.

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