Police, army move in to Western Cape townships

By Andy Rice 12 July 2010

Police minister Nathi Mthethwa has rushed to the Western Cape "to get first-hand reports from senior law enforcement officers", following outbreaks of Xenophobic violence. He is accompanied by defence minister Lindiwe Sisulu. Townships where violence took place include Nyanga, Philippi East and Khayelitsha on the Cape Flats, Wellington, Paarl East, Mbekweni, Franschhoek and Klapmuts. Police and the army have been called in to take control of the situation. Read more: M&G



The Trojan Horse that wheeled R600m out of state-owned entities

By Susan Comrie for amaBhungane

Some firing squads are all issued with blank cartridges with the exception of one person. This helps alleviate personal responsibility for the execution squad.