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201 Innocent deaths 'unavoidable': Mbalula (12.11.09) 12 Nov 2009 The Mercury
202 Mbalula: Innocents will die in crime war (12.11.09) 12 Nov 2009 Times Live
203 Are South African police trigger happy? (12.11.09) 12 Nov 2009 BBC News
204 Challenge to pardon process (12.11.09) 12 Nov 2009 Daily Dispatch Online
205 Innocent deaths ‘unavoidable’: Mbalula (11.11.09) 11 Nov 2009 The Citizen
206 ‘Officials must clarify shoot to kill statements’ (11.11.09) 11 Nov 2009 Eyewitness News
207 Police slated over toddler’s murder (11.11.09) 11 Nov 2009 Eyewitness News
208 Uncle of 3-year-old boy killed by cop up for murder (11.11.09) 11 Nov 2009 The Sowetan
209 Clarify 'shoot to kill' (11.11.09) 11 Nov 2009 iafrica.com
210 Judges weigh merits of political pardons (11.11.09) 11 Nov 2009 Pretoria News
211 ’Former AWB member shows no remorse’ (11.11.09) 11 Nov 2009 Eyewitness News
212 Judgment reserved in pardons case (11.11.09) 11 Nov 2009 The Post
213 Police shoot dead three-year-old in South Africa (10.11.09) 10 Nov 2009 Guardian.co.uk
214 No decision on pardons yet (10.11.09) 10 Nov 2009 News24
215 Ryan Albutt v Centre for the Study of Violence and Others (9.11.09) 09 Nov 2009 Legalbrief Today
216 Vet task team charts way forward (9.11.09) 09 Nov 2009 DefenceWeb
217 CSVR Grant Announcement 04 Nov 2009 Mott
218 Trying times (23.10.09) 23 Oct 2009 Financial Mail
219 Shooting to kill ‘is not the answer’ (23.10.09) 23 Oct 2009 The Witness
220 South African police shot dead 556 people last year (21.10.09) 21 Oct 2009 Taipei Times
221 South African police shot dead 556 in year (19.10.09) 19 Oct 2009 The Guardian
222 Killings by cops at 10-year high (16.10.09) 16 Oct 2009 Mail & Guardian
223 Will TRC work? (07.10.09) 07 Oct 2009 Dawn.Com
224 Beware the middle class influence on crime priorities, warns CSVR (05.10.09) 05 Oct 2009 West Cape News
225 You got it wrong, Mr President (03.10.09) 03 Oct 2009 Mail & Guardian
226 Gung-ho, shoot-to-kill talk is bad: experts (02.10.09) 02 Oct 2009 Daily News
227 ‘Shoot-to-kill’ law always been there (01.10.09) 01 Oct 2009 Sowetan
228 Kids 'socialised to find violence acceptable' (30.09.09) 30 Sep 2009 IOL
229 Middle-class myth lacks empathy (28.09.09) 28 Sep 2009 Bruce, D.
230 Torture tactics to fail (26.09.09) 28 Sep 2009 iafrica.com
231 Assault, rape and the treatment of prisoners (24.09.10) 24 Sep 2009 Security.co.za
232 Beware middle class influence on police priorities, warns CSVR (24.09.09) 24 Sep 2009 City Press
233 ‘Focus on all violence’ (23.09.09) 23 Sep 2009 The Witness
234 Sexual offences increase by 10% (23.09.09) 23 Sep 2009 IOL
235 Crime nightmare (23.09.09) 23 Sep 2009 IOL
236 Male rape more prevalent than society believes (22.09.09) 22 Sep 2009 Eyewitness News
237 More focus on violent crime: CSVR (22.09.09) 22 Sep 2009 The Citizen
238 Thicker than blood (07.09.09) 07 Sep 2009 Mail & Guardian
239 Our society is failing our most defenceless citizens (27.08.09) 27 Aug 2009 The Times
240 Shoot to Kill (27.08.09) 27 Aug 2009 DRUM
241 Grammar of violence (22.08.09) 22 Aug 2009 Mail & Guardian
242 Gun violence: Threat to SA women (16.08.09) 16 Aug 2009 The Southern Times
243 JOC at last sees the light (12.08.09) 12 Aug 2009 Zim Guardian
244 Zimbabwe Prime Minister Tsvangirai Receives Salute From Service Chiefs (11.08.09) 11 Aug 2009 VOA News
245 FF+ calls for release of crime report (06.08.09) 06 Aug 2009 Eyewitness News
246 ‘Cele moet waak teen emosie’ (30.07.09) 30 Jul 2009 Die Volksblad
247 Hy sal moet waak teen retoriek, reken kenners (30.07.09) 30 Jul 2009 Beeld
248 Cele Has New Job Cut Out for Him (30.07.09) 30 Jul 2009 allAfrica.com
249 After Months of Delay, Zimbabwe Security Oversight Panel Is Convened (30.07.09) 30 Jul 2009 VOA News
250 Wanted: Police chief who can target crime (29.07.09) 29 Jul 2009 IOL

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