New hope to prosecute apartheid-era cases

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ANC legal guru Krish Naidoo said many of the universities have responded positively and 150 law students from the University of the Western Cape have volunteered to assist with apartheid-era prosecutions. Photo: ANC Communications Unit
ANC legal guru Krish Naidoo said many of the universities have responded positively and 150 law students from the University of the Western Cape have volunteered to assist with apartheid-era prosecutions. Photo: ANC Communications Unit

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About 150 law students from the University of the Western Cape have volunteered to assist with apartheid-era prosecutions after the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) failed to rise to the task, a failing that has been attributed to allegations of political interference and a lack of political will from the governing ANC.

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