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On Thursday, Roger Dixon faced another barrage of questions from state prosecutor, Gerrie Nel.

Dixon stepped outside field of expertise: Forensic expert

Friday 18 April 2014 09:10

Forensic Scientist, Doctor David Klatzow says the defence's second expert witness in the Oscar Pistorius trial, Roger Dixon, has stepped outside his field of expertise.

Dixon stepped outside field of expertise: Forensic expert

Friday 18 April 2014 09:10

Forensic Scientist, Doctor David Klatzow says the defence's second expert witness in the Oscar Pistorius trial, Roger Dixon, has stepped outside his field of expertise.

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Why spoil a vote?

Wednesday 16 April 2014 17:29

Some people may believe that the ‘Vote No’campaign has missed the boat as most voters have already decided which political party they will vote for, writes Nkosikhulule Nyembezi.

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Spoilt ballots and election tactics

Wednesday 16 April 2014 07:19

The campaign launched by former intelligence minister Ronnie Kasrils emphasises the often forgotten phenomenon of spoilt ballots.

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Kasrils' call constitutes a political message: Analyst

Tuesday 15 April 2014 09:20

Political analyst Ralph Mathekga says the 'no vote' campaign is grossly misunderstood, because when people decide to deliver a spoilt ballot it constitutes a political message.

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Expert unpacks 'media coverage' of Pistorius trial

Monday 14 April 2014 12:05

Media covering Oscar Pistorius’s murder trial have been handling the case with a huge caution, says media attorney from Section 16, Melissa Moore.

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An integrity fiber shows signs of weakening

Sunday 13 April 2014 18:49

The amazing fact today about Advocate Pansy Tlakula, who is the Chairperson of the IEC, is not that she is still in office, but that she appears so close to losing it, writes Nkosikhulule Nyembezi.

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People need voter education: Analyst

Saturday 12 April 2014 11:26

Political analyst at the University of South Africa, Lesiba Teffo says people unhappy with service delivery can change that by voting.

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Gerrie Nel's 'shock tactic' not uncommon: Expert

Thursday 10 April 2014 10:00

President of the Law Society of South Africa, Llewelyn Cur-Lewis says “shock-tactic” technique of cross examination is not uncommon.

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Nkandla Report lacks clarity and procedural fairness

Tuesday 8 April 2014 08:30

The litmus test of democracy is not the mere prevalence of rights and freedoms, but the tolerance of dissent.

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Shrien Dewani: not the only case of 'justice delayed'

Monday 7 April 2014 15:04

The three men responsible for Anni Dewani's murder have already been behind bars for a number of years but, in stark contrast, the man alleged to be the mastermind has yet to stand trial.

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