What happened to protect and serve?

This podcast gives some insight into police brutality as a global issue, and focuses on police brutality in South Africa with a look into the nature, history and causes of it with an insight into how bad it has been over the past couple of years.
29 Nov 2020 English South Africa Society & Culture

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25 May 2022 24 min

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21 Mar 2022 19 min

Arts: The Culture Experience

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25 Sep 2021 28 min