Invitation to a PRESS CONFERENCE, From State Capture to a Police State: The Application of Human Rights Precepts to the Emergence of a Return to a Police State in South Africa

Date: 13 December 2021
Time: 12:00 – 14:00
Venue: Auditorium of the FUTURE AFRICA Campus
(University of Pretoria Hillcrest Experimental Farm, (past the UP Sports Centre), South Street, Hatfield)
Please RSVP to marje@khulumani.net (Numbers for COVID safety limited to 30)

Connection by ZOOM

CHAIRPERSON: Mr Lloyd Kuveya, Deputy Director, Centre for Human Rights

PRESENTER: Advocate Maleselo Daniel Teffo: Emerging Evidence in the Senzo Meyiwa Case, Its Links to the Arbitrary Arrests of Advocate Teffo and the Phenomenon of the Capture of the SAPS

RESPONDENTS:
Mr Sifiso Meyiwa, Brother of Senzo Meyiwa: The Meyiwa Family Position on the Murder of Mr Senzo Meyiwa
Ms Mapisa, Sister of an Accused: A Scapegoating to Prevent a Private Prosecution? Ms Patricia Mashale, Chaos in the County’s Firearms Registries: A Cause for Concern Mr John Clarke, Social Worker: Whistleblowers in Advocacy against SAPS Dysfunction Dr Mary de Haas, KZN Violence Monitor: A Return to Apartheid Policing Tactics (Mary de Haas, 12 October 2021, The Return of Apartheid Policing Threatens the Lives of Whistleblowers)
Dr Marjorie Jobson, National Director: Speaking Out to Counter Unlawful SAPS Activities (City Press, 5 December 2021, Rapule Tabane, Cele vs Sitole: A cop-out of cops)

QUESTIONS & DISCUSSION CLOSURE & VOTE OF THANKS

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