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151 More crime, more shootings (26.03.10) 26 Mar 2010 The Witness
152 Zuma faces pardons challenge (26.03.10) 26 Mar 2010 Radio Nederlands Worldwide
153 Deaths rise ‘not due to shoot to kill’ (26.03.10) 26 Mar 2010 Dispatch Online
154 Violent crimes led to deaths (25.03.10) 25 Mar 2010 News24
155 'Vigilantes are terrorising us' (18.03.10) 18 Mar 2010 Cape Argus
156 Concern over police 'deadly force' law (09.03.10) 09 Mar 2010 IOL
157 Presidential pardons after Albutt (09.03.10) 09 Mar 2010 Legalbrief today
158 Shoot to kill: When is it reasonable? (05.03.10) 05 Mar 2010 Mail & Guardian
159 Pardon me, Mr President (05.03.10) 05 Mar 2010 Mail & Guardian
160 Shacks and shopping malls divide South Africa’s murder capital (03.03.10) 03 Mar 2010 The Daily Tribune
161 Community members start talking at the first Diepsloot community conversation 02 Mar 2010 NMF
162 Shacks and shopping malls divide South Africa's murder capital (01.03.10) 01 Mar 2010 The Sydney Morning Herald.
163 SA Concourt upholds decision on pardons (25.02.10) 25 Feb 2010 The Namibian
164 Victims have say in ‘political’ pardons (24.02.10) 24 Feb 2010 Business Day
165 Albutt v Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation and Others...(24.02.10) 24 Feb 2010 Polity
166 Concourt upholds decision on pardons for political violence (24.02.10) 24 Feb 2010 Daily Dispatch
167 Zuma cannot grant pardons (24.02.10) 24 Feb 2010 IOL
168 Apartheid victims must be heard before presidential pardons (23.02.10) 23 Feb 2010 City Press
169 Pardons decision upheld (23.02.10) 23 Feb 2010 News24
170 DA welcomes Constitutional Court ruling on pardons (23.02.10) 23 Feb 2010 The Citizen
171 Reservists can not force way into police: Analysts (09.02.10) 09 Feb 2010 The Citizen
172 DA slammed over ‘secret’ pardons (04.02.10) 04 Feb 2010 Sowetan
173 DA won't apologise in pardons row (04.02.10) 04 Feb 2010 MSN News
174 DA rejects call for apology in row over presidential pardon (04.02.10) 04 Feb 2010 Business Day
175 Transparent pardons — or a royal prerogative? (01.02.10) 01 Feb 2010 Times Live
176 On race and crime: A reply to a reply (28.01.10) 28 Jan 2010 Politicsweb
177 Opposition to Shaik, De Kock pardons grow (26.01.10) 26 Jan 2010 IOL
178 SA Methodist church charges bishop (23.01.10) 23 Jan 2010 ZimOnline
179 Zim’s friend in SA suspended (22.01.10) 22 Jan 2010 The Zimbabwean
180 Court to clarify pardoning (15.01.10) 15 Jan 2010 Financial Mail
181 Zuma must end pardons mess (14.01.10) 14 Jan 2010 Sowetan
182 Civil society condemns situation at Jo’burg church (09.12.09) 19 Dec 2009 ZimOnline
183 Refugee church 'unsustainable', say civil society groups (08.12.09) 08 Dec 2009 Mail & Guardian
184 To shoot or not to shoot (04.12.09) 04 Dec 2009 Mail & Guardian
185 More rapes (27.11.09) 27 Nov 2009 Dispatch Online
186 South Africa recognises only assault and grievous bodily harm (27.11.09) 27 Nov 2009 Mail & Guardian
187 Anti-crime group sympathises with frustrations (25.11.09) 25 Nov 2009 Eyewitness News
188 South Africa: Back prevention, NGOs say as Sixteen Day campaign kicks off (25.11.09) 25 Nov 2009 Genderlinks
189 Who's driving 'gender machinery'? (25.11.09) 25 Nov 2009 IOL
190 'Gender machinery' in disarray (25.11.09) 25 Nov 2009 News24
191 NGOs question 16 day campaign’s effectiveness (25.11.09) 25 Nov 2009 Eyewitness News
192 NGOs unclear who is co-ordinating 16 Days of Activism campaign (25.11.09) 25 Nov 2009 Weekend Post
193 16-Days in disarray? (25.11.09) 25 Nov 2009 Jacarandafm
194 Clarify standards (16.11.09) 16 Nov 2009 Business Day
195 Too much force in SAPS? (14.11.09) 14 Nov 2009 iafrica.com
196 Insecurity in the forces (13.11.09) 13 Nov 2009 Mail & Guardian
197 Experts: Be afraid of police force (11.11.09) 13 Nov 2009 Mail & Guardian
198 Collateral damage is unavoidable - Mbalula (12.11.09) 12 Nov 2009 IOL
199 Civilian casualties 'unavoidable' (12.11.09) 12 Nov 2009 News24
200 Civilians 'will be shot' (12.11.09) 12 Nov 2009 iafrica.com

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