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South African Communist Party leader Siyabulelwa Siswana has died after gunmen opened fire in their Cape Town home, with his daughter killed in the incident.
The Inkatha Freedom Party has backed calls for the return of the death penalty as South Africa continues the battle against severe gender-based violence crimes.
Police Minister Bheki Cele says that police officers are permitted to use deadly force when carrying out their duties, confirming 49 incidents of brutality.
On 1 July, 2020 the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPI) comes into effect. Transgressors who are found guilty will be facing fines up to R10 million.
The Democratic Alliance has launched a campaign to put the spotlight on farm murders in Parliament, seeking to have the attacks officially declared a hate crime
Local musicians have produced an emotional song against women abuse titled Igazi. The rise in femicide cases in Mzansi prompted the musos to write the track.