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Sabelo Mfeka on Ukhozi FM - Police Brutality

How can communities fight police brutality that has led to the loss of many lives in the hands of police? Sabelo Mfeka from Amaoti Advice office is in conversation with Ntusokwakhe Mhlaba of Ukhozi FM about the issue of ordinary citizens losing their lives at the hands of law enforcement agencies. This comes after a report that reveals that 58,797 cases of police brutality were opened against South African police between 2010 and 2020.

Sabelo Mfeka on Inanda FM - Police Brutality during a protest

There have been concerns over how police handle a protest. The issue of police brutality has been one of the biggest topics that people have been talking about in the past few months. This comes after a number of cases that were reported of ordinary citizens dying in the hand of police during the hard lockdown. The recent one of Mthokosizi Ntumba was shot and killed by police during a protest at Wits University.

Sabelo Mfeka on Inanda FM - Political Right

All South Africans have the right to join any political movement of their choice and also form a political party their own if they wish to do so. The constitution of the Republic of South Africa gives all citizens free political participation in all political activities as long as it doesn't infringe other people's political rights. Sabelo Mfeka from Amaoti Advice office gives a full explanation of the political right on Inanda FM with Sbo Mdunge.

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